East Los Angeles College student Daniel Balladares had the opportunity to present his costume designs at the American College Theater Festival this February.
On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, Disney’s 71.3 billion dollar purchase of the film and TV assets held by 21st Century Fox was officially complete.
Notable assets acquired are Fox film and TV studio, FX, National Geographic channels, Star India, and 30 percent of Hulu.
The Men in Early Childhood Professions mini conference brought attention to the stereotypes and issues men face in early childhood education.
Artist Guadalupe Rosales lead a walkthrough with art critic Andy Campbell on her exhibit “Echoes of a Collective Memory” on Saturday at the Vincent Price Art Museum.
Midterms are just around the corner and students should begin preparing for them now. Now is the time to start thinking ahead and figure out how to tackle them.
As years go by, more and more people are rising up against Christmas. When someone says this holiday is their favorite, they’re met by faces of disgust and a long lecture on why this is no longer the most wonderful time of the year.
What makes a good show? It mainly depends on the target audience, the genre it is considered and the years it ran through. In an era full of remakes and adaptations, it’s understandable why some networks want reboots of past successful shows.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has loaned the Vincent Price Art Museum Egyptian artwork to display, including funerary tools and a real mummy.
“Passing through the Underworld” the exhibition, introduces “Egyptian art with a focus on myth and funerary practice.”
The Latina Completion and Transfer Academy Club helps students with wide-range offers of services, resources and help with difficult courses. By Julie Santiago and Melody Ortiz Students who have trouble transfering because of an English or math class may want to look into the Latina Completion and Transfer Academy Club. The club formed from the LCTA program, which offers help with hard-to-pass course. “A lot of our students are…
By Melody Ortiz The Vincent Price Art Museum is offering free memberships for active East Los Angeles College students. The benefits include a 10 percent discount at the museum’s store and a subscription to VPAM’s e-newsletter. There are different “giving levels” with increasing benefits. Non-ELAC students who wish to join can do so for $25 per year. General membership is $50 per year and includes invitations to members-only events along…