Theatre Department sets stage for ‘Angels and Demons’

March 2, 2015

By Jesus Figueroa East Los Angeles College’s Theatre Department’s winter session production of “Angels and Demons” brought to the stage four distinct productions with a focus on one theme which thrilled the audience. The theme of “Angels and Demons,” which titled the night’s performances, dealt with inner struggles as well as the devil. Four student directors brought four different plays to the Proscenium Theater. The two actors play “The Devil…

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Fast-food eateries cause campus pollution

May 17, 2014

By Hugo Narvaez Businesses like Carl’s Jr., Taco Bell, and McDonald’s have gone out of their way to let East Los Angeles College students know that they will cater to our hunger at the right price. Yet as convenient as this is, they have neglected the responsibility to bring awareness or to pitch in and help keep our campus clean of littering. Their advertisement is clearly seen throughout campus, but…

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Former Elan shares success in theater

May 16, 2014

  By Marlene Grajeda East Los Angeles College alumni Marcelo Olivas shares his success with the theatre department that first got him to the path towards his career as a professional actor. Olivas grew up in El Sereno with his grandparent for the first five years of his life. At his mother’s return he moved in with her to live out the rest of his adolescence. It was during the…

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Rediscovering the love of reading

By Lindsey Maeda I had been waiting and was growing impatient. Sitting in the main office of any elementary school is never fun.  In most cases, you are either an anxious parent, waiting to take your child home early because they ate something funky, or the unfortunate student who was sent off to no-man’s land on bad behavior. In my case, I was neither a parent nor student, but a…

March 7, 2012
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