Dr. Michelle Cheang, dean at East Los Angeles College’s South Gate campus, and a committee are working to create a more focused class schedule for the spring semester.
Martie Mendoza and Rachel Peralta from the East Los Angeles College club, Performance East, will host the East Fringe Festival on June 7.
People are far too concerned with protecting themselves from spoilers when they should be more focused on experiencing their choices in entertainment. Some individuals go to extreme lengths to not have their favorite shows or movies spoiled by an errant picture or social media posting.
The Associated Student Union elections results announcement was moved to Friday due, to the investigation and disqualification of Jose Pelaez, an ASU presidential candidate, on May 10. Adviser and Dean Sonia Lopez said that she had no comment but that the matter had been handed over to President Marvin Martinez’s office. Pelaez has appealed his disqualification by ASU.
The Netflix film “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” tells the story of Ted Bundy through the perspective of his fiance, Elizabeth Kendall.
Las Vegas was home to the 2019 LVL Up Expo which showcased video games and pop culture, similar to the East Los Angeles College Gaming Club does on campus. Elements from professional wrestling, video games, anime androbotics were major highlights of the three-day event.
The Business Administration Department will be having its first “Small Business Week” Monday through Thursday at the East Los Angeles College main campus.
The East Los Angeles College Career Center will host the “Hire-A-Husky” event to offer students a chance to apply for work opportunities.
East Los Angeles College held a Administration of Justice Career Day on Wednesday in the Main Quad.
The University of Southern California Department of Public Safety is hiring for community service officers, and dispatch and surveillance workers for both main and medical campus.
The Dream Resource Center is conducting classroom presentations informing students of resources available to undocumented students and LGBTQ students.