Dedication and resilience led East Los Angeles College counselor Jovany Muñoz to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from the city of Los Angeles.
Men’s basketball held on tight to its lead in the win 74-70 against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College on Wednesday. The Huskies reached 20 wins this season and are 5-0 in the South Coast Conference-North.
Women’s soccer playoff hopes come to an end after a 4-0 loss against undefeated conference rivals Chaffey College in an away game on Friday.
Women’s soccer is on a three-game winning streak after defeating Compton College 5-0 away last Friday.
With this win, East Los Angeles College improved its record to 3-3, and are ranked third in the National-Northern Conference.
A lack of scoring from men’s soccer attackers in key moments of the game resulted in an away loss to Pasadena City College 3-2 on Friday.
With a hat-trick from East Los Angeles College freshman forward Perla Navarro, women’s soccer defeated Pasadena City College 3-0 on Friday at Robinson Stadium.
“This is a grant that we’ve been working on for three years. This is not something that’s put together in a month. So of course when we got the grant, we were very happy, but it’s very important to know that this was a team effort,” said Director of STEM Armando Rivera.
By Noe Ortega The Academic Senate joined other colleges in California with a vote of no confidence in State Chancellor Eloy Oakley yesterday. ELAC’s no-confidence vote echoed the votes of other college academic senates notifying the Chancellor of their disapproval of him. The vote came in response to the Chancellor’s lack of consultation with the Academic Senate of California Community Colleges about recent state initiatives like AB 705 (a bill…
By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College baseball had its best season with an overall record of 23-19, its best since 2013-14 season that ended with an overall record of 25-15. The Huskies were eliminated by Saddleback College after a best out of three game series where ELAC lost the first two matches 16-5 and 7-5. Although the Huskies had an early exit from the California Community College Athletics Association…