Receiving the COVID-19 vaccination becomes trickier as students help loved ones physically and emotionally with COVID-19 regulations.
The State Labor Commissioner’s office reviewed California’s COVID-19 labor laws to provide students information on workers’ rights.
A select number of classes will be set to return to East Los Angeles College for the Fall 2021. Dr. Marcellino Morales, head of ELAC’s Comeback Committee, is among other faculty who are currently working on bringing back essential classes.
After watching many families struggle to resolve conflicts within their home, Anallely “Ana” Orozco sought a solution to help, by creating her own non-profit organization.
The LACCD’s Board of Trustees newest member Nichelle M. Henderson’s main objective as trustee is increasing equity and diversity.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals renewal process can be challenging and expensive for DACA recipients but, it doesn’t have to be. There is an abundance of resources for DACA recipients in California.
Future uncertain for in-person instruction By: Paul Medina Many levels of East Los Angeles College faculty and staff failed to reach a consensus on the appropriate actions to take for the return for in-person-classes at the Shared Governance Council meeting (ESGC). The meeting on Zoom Feb. 22, brought together an array of ELAC personnel who reported and discussed pressing matters pertaining to the college’s governance. Amongst the several concerns, the…
By: Breanna Fierro The fight for racial equity continues as students of color are disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Los Angeles Community College District Vice Chancellor of Educational Programs and Institutional Effectiveness Ryan Cornner, commended the African American Outreach Initiative (AAOI) for making it their goal to work toward students and communities. Cornner said people need to go beyond supporting the communities during times of crisis, at AAOI’s 2021 Black…
With surging COVID-19 cases in America, it’s been the year of road trips for those fortunate enough to travel. The pandemic created difficult times for many, financially and health-wise there’s no question it has been a struggle.
From pain to page, English Professor Obed Silva revisits traumatic memories in a book meant explore humanity. “The Death of My Father: The Pope,” the book will be published and available in stores in August.