Students at East Los Angeles College can learn about the future of immigration policies at an informational event on the Tuesday.
Sports fans watched fast-paced three-on-three basketball while esports fans watched Super Smash Brothers Ultimate players compete on Friday and Saturday at the Los Angeles Street Festival. The event was created in partnership between the LA Times and the International Basketball Federation, FIBA. It is a callback to the original name the association started with, and its role is to govern international competition in basketball. The LA Street Festival had a variety of booths, half-court areas for play and even a section for an esports tournament.
The Los Angeles County Clerk’s office has completely overhauled the voting system in the county and will implement the changes for the 2020 presidential election. These changes are part of efforts to increase voter turnout and were announced last Tuesday at a meeting held by the Clerk’s office, the Women’s studies department and the East Los Ángeles college students for political awareness and advocacy, ELAC Students for Political Awareness and Advocacy, ESPAA club. Changes include longer voting periods for certain polling areas and consolidated elections. Voters will also be able to make use of the Voter Solution for All People, a newly developed electronic ballot system.
Tons of heart and a snarky main character make “Brittany Runs A Marathon” an impressive and emotionally fun movie to take in.
The Church of God supported ASEZ Club is actively starting a chapter of this world-wide earth- protecting club at East Los Angeles College campus.
The Dream Resource Center is holding free self-empowerment workshops next Tuesday and Wednesday for all students.
The Veterans Resource Center brought county services to inform veterans of the benefits of being a part of the armed forces. Various universities also attended the event to highlight the details of transferring to four-year schools and the options veterans have in doing so.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced a change to the College Promise, from one year to two years tuition, during an event at East Los Angeles College on Aug. 29.
East Los Angeles College has over 400 functioning security cameras throughout the campus, with a majority of them being digital in quality. With the fall season starting and day turning to night sooner, the idea of safety is paramount.
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.