The East Los Angeles College Chicana/o Studies Department honored the lives of distinguished Latinos with altars for the 16th Annual Día de Los Muertos Altar Exhibit in the Vincent Price Art Museum.
Students slept under the stars during the East Los Angeles College Architecture Department Structure Sleepover in the quad Monday night.
John Carpenter’s 1978 thriller “Halloween” is the quintessential slasher film and introduced audiences to the classic masked killer that has been immortalized as a staple of the horror genre.
East Los Angeles College’s Law Day provided a variety of different legal resources that are available to the public.
By Maria Marroquin Monroy East Los Angeles College Campus News brought home 14 awards from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges SoCal Conference held on Oct. 19 at California State University, Fullerton. Of the 14 awards Campus News staff received, the biggest were General Excellence in publication for both print and online edition. Along with workshops, the convention held awards for publication and on-the-spot entries. Publication awards were for entries…
The amorphous mass of flesh in John Carpenter’s 1982 monster-mystery film “The Thing” was a miracle of practical effects and set the standard for the industry.
The dark looming influence of Castle Dracula has been summoned during East Los Angeles College Theater Arts Department’s excellent adaptation of “Bram Stoker’s Dracula.”
After its recent relocation from the A2 bungalows to the new G8 building, the Anthropology, Geography, Geology Department showcased its disciplines Thursday with its second annual open house.
Zombies, as we know them, would not exist without George Romero’s 1968 classic “Night of the Living Dead.”
The Trump administration’s plan to revoke California’s control over fuel emissions is a disgusting capitalist-fueled reminder that there is no “Planet B.”