East Los Angeles College’s basketball team ended last season 29-1, attracting many new athletes who hoped to gain opportunities for their futures through the love of the sport. One of these students is Noel Scott, a freshman point guard who graduated from Washington High School.
All school instruction has been moved online and as a result, student organizations have had to move activities online as well. One of these organizations, the Business Club, has had to find a creative way to adapt to the shut-down.
East Los Angeles College students affected by the pandemic are being aided with food by the Associated Student Union’s food pantry. The year 2020 brought many new norms to students at ELAC.
Hundreds of people take to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to celebrate and protest on Nov. 6 when news outlets started projecting that former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris would win the 2020 presidential election.
The Los Angeles Community College District has terminated its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department after 19 years following the COVID-19 closures.
Angela Davis spoke in a town hall meeting held by the office of the East Los Angeles College President Alberto Roman. The meeting discussed racial equity and social justice in America today from colonization to the death of Black human beings.
All Los Angeles Community College campus may now provide WiFi hotspots at their parking spaces. The LACCD has received the green light from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to provide WiFi hotspots on campus parking lots.
Taking a step back from talking to someone with opposing views is a smart decision during the election in the United States. The East Los Angeles College Emergency Preparedness team said on Thursday that the elections have brought a high level of anxiety to society especially in lower income areas.
The East Los Angeles Women’s Center taught mindful techniques that can be used to help victims of domestic violence find resources and support. Trauma and Healing, the interactive workshop, was held on Monday in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month via Zoom.
The East Los Angeles College Budget Committee outlined goals and anticipated challenges following its first decreased allocated budget since 2017. The outline was a suggested course of action, as the budget committee reviewed the Unrestricted Fund Allocation and Expenditure Summary.