Educating and protecting the community and students against the dangers of marijuana was the goal of the Students Against Substance Abuse Club’s Marijuana: Second- and Third-hand Smoke talk last month.
Providing many numerous services to East Los Angeles, Bienestar is a social service organization that offers treatment, support and education on a wide-variety of health-related issues.
In honor of businesswoman and philanthropist Vicky Chang’s multi-million dollar donations, the E-7 Technology Center has changed its name to The Vicky Chang Career Technical Education building.
By Melisa Valenzuela (J-101 Staff Writer) The East Los Angeles College Academic Senate meeting was held yesterday to discuss two recent changes happening both on campus and at the state level. One important issue discussed was the need to address the culture and climate of sexual harassment on campus. As part of Title IX, the education secretary recently proposed a new rule that would significantly reduce the obligations of colleges to…
According to Club President Hugo Maldonado, playing chess makes a person “think outside of the box” and forces them to get creative with their strategy.
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.
Students and faculty take turns to speak in solidarity with undocumented people Thursday. The rally was organized by the Delloro Transfer Program, the Puente Club, the Writers Society and the UndocuHuskies.
The dance troupe Danza Azteca Xochipilli shared traditions of the Aztec people with East Los Angeles College students Thursday for the Native-American Heritage Month Pow Wow.
Construction of the new Nursing, Allied Health and Administration of Justice building is set to begin in the fall of 2020 and will be completed by Winter 2022.
Architecture students began constructing life-size cardboard cutouts of themselves at the E-7 building Monday for their Environmental Design 101 course at ELAC.