Doomie’s takes vegan approach to fast-food

By Megan G. Razzetti Doomie’s Home Cookin gives a true comfort food experience through classic vegan recipes. Located in Hollywood, this restaurant gives a unique blend of vegan and vegetarian options that anyone would enjoy. The menu includes anything from traditional cheeseburgers to seafood dishes, giving even the pickiest of eaters a chance to order something delicious, free of any animal products. Vegan food refrains from using any animal products,…

May 7, 2015
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Food trucks on campus offer food variety

May 17, 2014

By Andrew Ruiz East Los Angeles College has made some huge renovations and remodeling’s to its main campus — whether it’s the Technology building (E-7), the Social Sciences building (F7) or the semi-new parking structure on Floral Drive and Collegi  an Avenue – over the last couple of years. With more buildings being remodeled, there has been one department where I personally think ELAC has lacked in trying to better,…

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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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Services needed for evening students

By Rodolpho Trujillo East Los Angeles College should do more to help evening students. As someone who has a day job, it is challenging to find time to complete my education.  When I returned to ELAC to take some requirements necessary to advance my career, I was working during the evening and therefore found it easier to take classes, get access to instructors and find a place to study. When…

May 9, 2012
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