Students, colleagues, family and friends gathered in the quad outside the Theater Arts Department for a memorial ceremony of esteemed Theater Arts faculty James Johnson.
East Los Angeles College was the host location of a free wellness and community fair which encouraged residents to get their health checked.
University of California, Riverside professor and author Tara J. Yosso spoke at was the last speaker of the Racial Equity & Social Justice Town Hall series.
Civil rights and education activist Sylvia Mendez returned to ELAC on March 30 continuing to enlighten students as the latest speaker of the ELAC Racial Equity & Social Justice Town Hall series, since her last visit in 2014. The theme of the workshop was “Fighting for Racial Equity and Social Justice.”
East Los Angeles College is currently the host site to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Last May, ELAC began a partnership with LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis to become a COVID-19 swab test site. The purpose was to provide access to COVID testing to a marginalized community of color.
At 91 years old Dolores Huerta continues to fight for those who are taken advantage of.
I beg ELAC students to take the COVID vaccine. Students main goal this semester should not be to get an A, but a V for ‘Vaccine’
Future uncertain for in-person instruction By: Paul Medina Many levels of East Los Angeles College faculty and staff failed to reach a consensus on the appropriate actions to take for the return for in-person-classes at the Shared Governance Council meeting (ESGC). The meeting on Zoom Feb. 22, brought together an array of ELAC personnel who reported and discussed pressing matters pertaining to the college’s governance. Amongst the several concerns, the…
As East Los Angeles College enters its 75th year in operation the campus has undergone a series of major physical transformations. From original World War II bungalows to the beautiful buildings which it houses today, ELAC has gone through a significant journey as it continues to provide educational opportunities for 34,000 students per year.