The AJ Club motivates their members helping comunities

November 29, 2017

BY MIRIAM ROBLES Staff Writer The Administration of Justice club at East Los Angeles College is more than just a club the club president expressed, its a family full of knowledge in criminal justice. The club helps students open their expectations about what criminal justice is. Many have the impression that the Administration of Justice department is training to become a law enforcement officer, but there is more than that. …


Elans demand justice for missing students

December 4, 2014

By Jose Rojas Approximately 100 peaceful participants manifested in front of the Helen-Miller Balley library at East Los Angeles College last Thursday, Nov. 20. Students and participants were heard chanting “Justice for Ayotzinapa!” to show their support for the male students who disappeared last Sept. 27 in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico. The students went missing after protesting against what they considered to be discriminatory hiring and funding practices by the Mexican…


Chief justice takes charge

September 22, 2011

By Rodolfo Trujillo James Garcia, Associated Student Union president has answered the call to serve. Garcia has had a challenging road just to make it to school every day, trying to balance school, while caring for an ailing family member and performing his duties.   After graduating from St. Paul High School, Garcia got into real estate and insurance sales for about four years. It is around this time that…