The government needs to stop playing with our time. Setting a formal standard time can really help individuals mentally and physically throughout the day.
Animals, just like humans, should have the right to live, to be loved and cared for, not abused or tortured.
Clubs got the opportunity to present themselves to students and provide insight on how they operate during this semester’s Club Rush.
Long hours of studying for finals along with homework, tests, work, family problems and social pressures can really drive a person crazy.
Societal pressures and the constant harassment of obtaining more than what is within reach are probably the biggest issues that we are currently facing.
The Smithsonian Undergraduate internship program is being offered to four East Los Angeles College students who are interested in Museum studies.
The deadline to apply is Friday. Applications will be reviewed throughout the summer, and after the interview process, students will be notified about their acceptance.
Novelist Noel Alumit talked about the importance of activism, faith and the process of becoming an artist at an East Los Angeles College event.
He is the author of Los Angeles bestseller Talking to the Moon and came to give students insight about his career and how it began.
First year college students from the Adelante First Year Experience program had a special event called Power Majors on Friday.
The world-wide phenomenon known as the Super Bloom of poppy flowers covered some of California’s mountains in cities such as Lake Elsinore, and Antelope Valley.
The colorful flowers announced the beginning of spring in a major way.