Current and past students should look into obtaining a certificate of achievement to further their skills and chances of being hired.
One thought that always runs through my mind when I walk to class or when I’m walking to the parking structure, I constantly wish there were more seats to relax in for a second before I run off to my next deed. If you look around the busiest part.
The Kinesiology Club put together the inaugural Kinesiology Summit on Thursday to promote the kinesiology major and spread awareness of its possibilities at East Los Angeles College.
The Los Angeles Community College District is in the process of purchasing a custom safety app that would protect students in an emergency or natural disaster.
The Point Foundation opens scholarship opportunities for LGBTQ students attending community college to receive up to $3,700 for tuition and a chance to be a part of their network of LGBTQ scholars.
The infinite ocean of procrastination is what many college students are drowning in. You know you’re a college student when you do more hours of homework a day than sleep at night.
California State Universities provide a week-long break during Thanksgiving week, while most UCs and community colleges, ELAC included, only give their students two days off for the holiday.
With finals just around the corner, it’s difficult for students to find time for themselves. It’s even harder to find time for relaxation and peace.
By Anastasia Landeros The Student Health Center will host the LGBTQ+ & Questioning Student Discussion Group once a month in F5-211 from noon to 1 p.m. The group, started by Student Health Center Coordinator Cecilia Cruz in spring 2017, aims to connect LGBTQ+ and questioning students with each other. “Although I am the facilitator, my goal is to encourage students to talk to each other rather than to me,” said…
by Johanna Calderon Students are more focused on social media than paying attention in class. When they’re in class, they can’t seem to let go of their phones for hours. Chris Turk is an art instructor at East Los Angeles College and he sees how phones take control of his students. Turk has been working at East Los Angeles College since 2001 and he didn’t see problems with the phones…