Career day to help students explore future

By Tiana Hunter  The Administration of Justice Department will have a career day workshop on April 25, in the main quad between buildings E3 and E7. The department has held this event for 15 years to give students the opportunity to explore the careers they could possibly have with an administration of justice degree. Siage Hosea, an administration of justice professor, is this year’s event organizer. “This event is significant…

April 19, 2017
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Baseball strays from playoff hopes

April 19, 2017

By Tiana Hunter Baseball faced a tough loss to Santa Ana College on Friday, 11-5. East Los Angeles College’s pitching was a major problem after the third inning and one of the reasons they lost. Pitching started out with freshman Adrian Cardenas, but they would go through six pitchers in this game. “The arm felt good coming off extra days rest, but I started missing my locations a little bit,…

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Drake gives fans ‘More Life’ with new album

By Tiana Hunter ‘More Life’ is the sixth solo album from triple platinum artist Aubrey Graham, better known as Drake. The long awaited album was finally released March 18 after many push back dates. Back in October he alluded to dropping another album which many people thought would be released on his birthday, October 24. After much speculation, Drake published a video on his instagram giving fans a release date….

March 22, 2017
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Literary Salon celebrates life of activist James Baldwin

March 8, 2017

By Tiana Hunter  The Fifth Annual Black History Project 2017 will present a literary salon based on the works of James Baldwin on March 16 at East Los Angeles College. The works of Baldwin will be presented through music, dance and much more The production, funded by the Associated Student Union, will include international performing artist Charles Reese. Reese will shine a light on artist and activist James Baldwin in…

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ELAC student receives fellowship

March 8, 2017

By Tiana Hunter  Twenty-three year-old East Los Angeles College student Hope Flores has been selected as Los Angeles County Museums recipient for the Andrew W. Mellon Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program. This program provides specialized training in the curatorial field for students across the United States from diverse backgrounds. An art curator is a keeper or custodian of a museum or other collections. Art museum curators work with art collections and…

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Football player sets new records

By Tiana Hunter Twenty year old Vicente Luis-Juan broke not one, but two East Los Angeles College football records this season.  Making new school records is an accomplishment few can say they have achieved. Luis-Juan a sophomore who has played kicker for ELAC’s football team the last two years wasn’t focused on setting new records but bettering the team he is part of. Luis-Juan broke the record for most extra…

November 29, 2016
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