Veteran voice actress Rebecca Davis got East Los Angeles College Theater Arts students and guests to speak in various characters.
Coach Robert Robinson and Counselor Dorothy Teola of the East Los Angeles College Athletics Department are grateful to be back on campus after the pandemic-induced Stay-at-Home Order.
“Army of the Dead,” directed by Zach Snyder, previously worked on Justice league, is a perfect blend of action, over exaggeration and comedy you would want in a movie.
“Blue Miracle” is a Netflix original movie directed by Julio Quintana that is based on the true story of an orphanage on the verge of closing due to lack of finances.
A recent video on Fox News shows several Unidentified Flying Objects surrounding a Navy ship and moving at an unexplainable speed.
The District Academic Senate on Thursday remained uncertain of some changes on plans for next semester, while discussing future events.
Small businesses focused on online success need to keep in mind the importance of quality and consistency for product photos, said Jorge Ortega, community manager at Shopify. He said photos are important for a business presentation. For products, the types of shots, style used and editing should be taken into account when posting online.
A total of $60,000 in funds were reallocated to the Associated Student Union Huskie Food Pantry, the ASU Book Rental and the South Gate giveaway during a Budget Academic Committee meeting on May 14.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcing that fully vaccinated individuals may now go without masks is the most idiotic thing it can do regarding mask mandates. Although many United States citizens are receiving the vaccine, we have yet to reach herd immunity.
Incumbent Vice President Rosa Mendoza and ASU Senator Michelle Dang are now President-elect and Vice President of Finance-elect after winning their respective East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union elections. Mendoza defeated Chief Delegate Paul Medina. In the election for Vice President of Finance, ASU Senator Michelle Dang was declared the winner. The candidate who placed first, Lizeth Huerta, withdrew from the election last month. Dang placed second and Michael Graham placed third. The office of President and Vice President of Finance were the only offices that had multiple candidates running.