OPINION: ‘Milestone’ can be saved (Letter to the Editor)

By Joshua Castro Milestone, the literary arts journal of East Los Angeles College since 1950, was denied its 2016 & 2017 annual Spring publications due to attempted censorship by the ELAC administration, which resulted in loss of funding for the magazine. On February 15, 2017 Milestone readers, contributors, and staff were informed via Milestone’s Facebook page (@ELACMilestone) that the 2016/2017 editions had been “postponed;” and the Milestone class (English 32:…

September 20, 2017

Milestone editors search for best literary content

By Diego Linares Students are currently looking through over 250 entries to find pieces to include in the upcoming issue of literary magazine Milestone, to be published this spring semester. English 32 is a class comprises of 12 students who are working to publish the East Los Angeles College magazine that has been in circulation since 1950. Elans are editing pieces, which have been submitted by fellow Huskies and other…

April 13, 2016

New Milestone edition captivates

By Julianne Obregon  For the first time in Milestone history, students were able to manage the content in its yearly publication. The magazine is filled with artwork and literary work from students at East Los Angeles College as well as residents of East LA. The literary work in this magazine ranges from a story about adding classes on the first day of college to submissions for a six-word story contest…

April 27, 2015