Legal issues can be burdensome and anxiety inducing for students, and help can be hard and expensive to find. To help students, the East Los Angeles College Law discipline created the free Legal Aid Clinic Workshop to be held Thursday.
WiFi is imperative at school, and getting a lasting connection at East Los Angeles College can be challenging, but not if students understand the system.
Having no natural sources of water, both Los Angeles and Mexico City have to use water systems to get their citizens water.
Los Angeles is home to many traditional Latin meals, and Smorgasburg LA gives food lovers the chance to savor traditional and unique takes on Latin cuisine.
Economic and racial factors in the United States create clean water disparities that can affect entire communities. Irwin Jimenez, assistant professor of sociology at East Los Angeles College, said that multiple factors feed into this situation and that there are also some ways to combat the issue.
Water scarcity seems like only a third-world issue, but it affects more than two million United States citizens.
Jiu-jitsu instructors taught a self-defense seminar Tuesday in response to an assault reported over the summer.
East Los Angeles College soccer gained a defender that has a “joie pour le futbol”, a joy for soccer, in French player Hugo Robert. Echoing a phrase made popular by 1980 Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks, Robert explained his perspective in playing soccer. “I will play my game because I know it’s why I’m here,” Robert said.
East Los Angeles College students interested in entrepreneurship, law and accounting can attend the Business Administration Fall Business Expo today through Friday.
Changes to culture, technology, and society at large have caused the decline of etiquette and it needs to make a comeback.