The East Los Angeles College Student Health Center’s pet therapy Zoom meeting is aimed to provide students a relaxation period from the COVID-19 class conversion.
East Los Angeles College’s Dream Resource Center introduced the center’s newest addition, attorney Stephanie Barrera, and updated students with current immigration info on Thursday.
Campus employees across the Los Angeles Community College District will wear face coverings on district properties to adhere to city orders to protect against COVID-19.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, California has plans to release around 3,500 inmates from prison early as the virus spreads throughout the prison system.
The Los Angeles Community College District’s Chief Information Security Officer Patrick Luce released a written statement April 9 regarding Zoom’s security and privacy issues.
The executive meeting was held to discuss motions and to put together an agenda with a list of considerations and reminders for an upcoming meeting.
Residents of Los Angeles county experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or know people vulnerable to the virus can get tested for free at the drive-up site at East Los Angeles College.
Grab-and-go meals are proof that there is just as much good in the world as there is evil.
While there has been a sports shutdown due to COVID-19, the only sport that has continued during the shutdown is professional wrestling. The companies World Wrestling Entertainment and All Elite Wrestling have been doing live shows without audiences and giving people entertainment to enjoy at home.
Kroger Markets has donated $150,000 to The Foundation for the Los Angeles Community Colleges to help with the monetary stress students face during the COVID-19 pandemic.