By Juan Calvillo The President Search and Interview Committee narrowed down the list to five finalists, with a final decision expected Dec. 16. Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco C. Rodriguez said that the finalists will be introduced during a webinar Dec. 4. Rodriguez said in a statement the candidates include Dr. Juan Avalos, Dr. Cynthia Azari, Dr. Robert Frost, Dr. Alberto Roman and Dr. Chris Villa. The finalists…
Vice presidents, deans and chair people of East Los Angeles College answered questions from students about international student success, tutoring, admissions, transferring and counseling.
By July 2020, East Los Angeles College will have a new president or one will be close to being chosen by a selection committee that’s yet to be established. Francisco C. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Community College District chancellor, hosted a town hall meeting on Monday to inform the ELAC community on the selection process.
The East Los Angeles College community can communicate what they want from the college’s next president with Los Angeles Community College District representatives on Monday.
Raul Rodriguez is filling the vacant seat left by former East Los Angeles College president Marvin Martinez until July, when a new president will be selected to lead the college.
East Los Angeles College professors hosted a panel on impeachment and its process on Thursday.
The panel, which was part of the Social Science Lecture Series, included U.S. history professors Steve Wardinski and Carlos Ramirez and political science professors, Kenneth Chaiprasert and Rogelio Garcia.
The bill, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 18, is an act to amend sections of the Education Code to change part-time playground positions into Classified Service—employees that are not faculty or administrators, who go through the personnel commission to get hired.
People live with baldness in different ways: some shave their heads, others wear their baldness proudly while others choose to wear hats. The most extreme, however, wear the “comb-over.”
By Joe Dargan The neatly kept and cozy offices of the Associated Student Union are a far cry from Oscar Cruz’s humble beginnings. While looking down the barrel of a handgun in 2015, Cruz, 21, had to make a decision. Does he give up the borrowed laptop he’s been using to continue his education online, while working four jobs to support his family, or does he risk his life to…
By Vanessa Lopez President Barack Obama was re-elected, Proposition 30 was passed and the spirit of hope and the reward of hard work will continue to benefit the students at East Los Angeles College. Hope is such a powerful word. Believe it or not, its power has run through this college for many years. My grandfather told me about when he was a student here in the early 1960s. He…