May Revision plans for affordable education

By Margarita Cancino and Maria C. Isidoro Governor Jerry Brown’s May Revise proposal will give students the opportunity to afford school and graduate with minimal financial stress.  The 2014-15 State Budget proposal was announced yesterday morning. It includes a one-time increase of $50 million from Proposition 98’s General Fund, which is the annual funding provided to public schools and colleges in California. The May Revise promises to strengthen and expand student success…

May 17, 2014
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The vigilante eye on watch over ELAC main campus

By Margarita Cancino East Los Angeles College Sheriff’s Department is working on relocating and updating 178 security cameras on campus. The upgrades and relocations are needed in order to keep up with the times and give everyone a sense of safety. Students and staff do not need to worry that the cameras will invade their privacy. The security cameras will not be put in locker rooms, restrooms or classrooms. The…

May 17, 2014
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Technology dominates students’ social life

By Margarita Cancino East Los Angeles College and many other schools including high schools, middle schools and even elementary schools are seeing less socializing going on physically and more socializing going on with electronic devices in hand. Most people learn more information about a person with looking at another person’s social network. Students today are so worried about self-promotion that they are likely to post what they believe others would…

May 16, 2014
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Actor, art collector helped bring art culture to ELAC campus

By Margarita Cancino The Vince Price Art Museum may sound like just another building on the East Los Angeles College campus, when in fact its name has much history to it. Vince Price is not only a man who donated art and founded an art gallery, later turned into a museum, named after him at ELAC, he was a famous actor and a well known art collector. Price discovered his…

May 16, 2014
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