As part of the Broadcast 001 final, students will debut their own radio shows on East Los Angeles College’s radio station, on since 1967, KELA.
East Los Angeles College will have its own women’s wrestling team.
Beginning in spring semester, women’s wrestling will be an official sport on campus.
Maple Duong, current sophomore at East Los Angeles College was awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship (JKFUT).
Mýa Crespo-Negrete, 20, grew up with wrestling in her blood and has had a chance to wrestle at ELAC.
Crespo-Negrete’s father was a wrestler growing up, as was her uncle.
Miya Galvan, 21, grew up wrestling in Boyle Heights and has kept her drive to compete at East Los Angeles College.
Alex Zia-Lopez, 23, attended Mark Keppel High school and had no prior experience in wrestling before joining East Los Angeles College.
The Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education team provides information to East Los Angeles College students focusing on both precaution and intervention of sexual violence in student’s lives.
Data shows growing inequality across Los Angeles Community College District schools due to the implementation of AB 705 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
The East Los Angeles College Psychology Department had former students tell their stories about having continued in their chosen major.