Abortion is not for men to decide

When Vice President Mike Pence was asked how he’d react if Roe vs. Wade was overturned during the vice-presidential debate this past Wednesday. He avoided the question and said that he was “unapologetically pro-life” If people really care about saving someone’s life, then they should support the pro-choice movement, since it saves a person from a lifetime of troubles.

October 17, 2020
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Chicano moratorium celebrates fiftieth anniversary

September 21, 2020

Hundreds of people rallied to march for about two and half miles in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium on Aug 29.
There were two meeting places: People walking met at Atlantic Park, while other drove down Whittier Boulevard from Pico Rivera.
However, the two groups joined together as the march began and went west toward Salazar Park.

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ELAC’s sanitary standards

East Los Angeles College is home to thousands of students that have different preferences of cleanliness. Some students like to keep their environment clean, while some students don’t mind the filthiness. Littering seems like an outdated offense, however, it is prevalent and seen all over campus on a daily basis. Different cultures have different ideas and standards of hygiene. People often represent their values in the practices they partake in…

December 4, 2019
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A quiet place to study

Not all students are the same, they come from a variety of different backgrounds and ethnic groups. Some students find going to school as a grueling task, while others enjoy interacting with their peers.  Some have the luxury to go home in between classes, while some are forced to stay at school since the commute home is an inconvenience. Personal time is hard to come by while at school all…

December 4, 2019
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