ASU meeting discusses ways to help students in need

By Michael Dominguez The Associated Student Union held an open meeting with various amount of topics about creating a food pantry for students that are need of food. Along with free textbooks for students accessible online for free. Along with Amsterdam Paris Student Abroad program being suspended for a moment after going over budget. The Amsterdam Paris Student Abroad program welcome their new members to the program with a welcoming…

June 3, 2018
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Career Jobs and Services Center guide students through their goals

By Michael Dominguez Students may sometimes need the guidance for picking a major or getting a job and may need assistance  finding the path to achieve these goals. The East Los Angeles College Career Jobs and Services Center at E1-176  can help with creating resumes profiles and cover letters. The Career center is lead by Janet Huang who helps the students by guiding them to assmements that help find the…

May 3, 2018
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Delloro Program dedicated to social justice

May 2, 2018

By Michael Dominguez The Delloro program is a two-year program for a transfer degree in Social Justice. The program is run by professor Raeanna Gleason, the director of the program. Gleason has also gotten help from history professor Michael Collings and sociology professor Eileen Ie, to create the program. “In this program, students will learn to to become powerful scholars, community organizers and advocates for social justice,” Gleason said. Within…

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Colleges everywhere should pay student athletes

March 8, 2018

By Michael Dominguez College athletes and students  work hard to earn scholarships to attend the school they want. To get  their degree from and get a job and be able to make a living off it but being a  student athlete is a difficult one. While trying to juggle practice and school. Many are also trying to live with very little money while their universities makes millions from students. Student…

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‘Everything Sucks’ takes viewers back to the ’90s

By Michael Dominguez The show does not disappoint if one is fond of ‘90s culture and wants to remember the good times of the late ’90s. This show brings back the era of music videos on MTV, colorful clothing, the sound of dial up computers and anticipating new CDs of one’s favorite artist.       Everything sucks for teens in high school, especially if they are freshman in school…

February 28, 2018
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Christmas shopping takes joy out of holidays

December 6, 2017

By Michael Dominguez Holidays are supposed to be filled with joy, but instead people take the joy out by wasting their time and money in Christmas shopping. Waiting in lines and spending  money  takes the joy out of the holidays. When customers go to places like malls and Walmarts, the joy is gone because they can’t find the gifts they are looking for. Customers think they are saving money with…

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Comic expo focuses on Latino culture, heritage

November 15, 2017

By Michael Dominguez Many different styles and cultures from Latino artists were brought together to create the Latino Comics Expo. Javier Hernandez, the co-founder of the expo, was also a vendor at the expo. He wanted the show to be  focused on Latino comic creators. Hernandez has been creating comic books for years and  knows a lot of Latino artists, which led to his first show in San Francisco in…

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Don’t take our shuttle away!

November 1, 2017

By Michael Dominguez A learning institution should not take away disabled students’ education, and should be given the tools to succeed next to non-disabled students. Taking away a program or tool that helps him or her get to class is not the answer. This was the case with student Charles Guerra. Guerrera is suing West Los Angeles College and  the Los Angeles Community College District for removing a campus shuttle…

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Food on campus not worth the price

October 25, 2017

By Michael Dominguez Food should be fresh, taste delicious and have a nutritional value so that students can have energy throughout the day at school or work. Food that  is being reused and reheated from the day before should not be sold at full price. Chances are, that food is going to go bad in a day or two anyway. “Budget meeting focuses on campus food prices” by Steven Adamo…

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Gun control laws lack power to stop mass killings

October 12, 2017

By Michael Dominguez Guns should not be allowed to the public because they can fall in the wrong hands and can be used to cause harm and fatal events. Should guns be allowed? And who shouldcan have access to them them?   According to CNN.com, the United States has had a total of 90 mass shootings since 2012 while other countries combined have had only 54 mass shootings, with  numbers…

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