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.
On Thursday Netflix made the decision to cancel the show “One Day at A Time” after a run of three seasons.
Less time for sleep and more sunlight throughout the day can only mean one thing, daylight saving time.
Daylight saving time sprung us forward this past Sunday leaving us without an additional hour to sleep.
A freelancing in entertainment workshop was given on Monday by professor and scenic designer Francois-Pierre Couture.
Students were exposed to advice, as well as different examples and scenarios of what can happen while pursuing a career in costume design or acting.
Dr. Armando Rodriguez former president of East Los Angeles College during the years 1973-1978 died of a stroke in his home in San Diego on February 18. He was 97 years old.
Take Back the Night was one of the events mentioned and will be held on April 25. This is a yearly event in which students, faculty and community leaders come together to march, and hear testimonials from survivors.
With finals around the corner, you have to know what “latte you gotte.” Students often find themselves going to coffee shops and drinking different types of coffees with fancy names. But what do they mean? What are they and what should they taste like?