Alumni Luis Alvarez and Claudia Buenfil break the transfer process stigma by talking with students about their personal transfer experiences.
The Husky Closet Pop-Up provides East Los Angeles students with basic necessities for upcoming job interviews.
This was set up by the sociology club.
The Geography, Geology and Anthropology departments celebrated Earth Day by hosting an open house to share the benefits students can get from taking their courses.
In its first production in the Black Box Theater in two years, the Theater Arts Department adapts Aristophanes’ 414 B.C. Greek play “The Birds” co-directed by Vanessa Pellegrini and Joseph Darby.
The women’s basketball team beat Ventura College on the last shot of the game on Thursday.
Delilah Kimble-Gray scored the game-winner that advanced the Huskies to the next round of the playoffs.
Multiple players got double digits in points.
WHAT A RUSH—ELAC mascot, Avalanche (left), with a forensic pathology student posing for a picture during club rush. Photos by C/N Zasha Hayes
The Husky softball team lost against El Camino College 10-2. This is the second straight loss for the Huskies.
The Huskies defense played a huge factor in their loss against El Camino; eight errors were made in the game.
Los Angeles Community College District students can showcase their research papers with the ELAC History Circle Journal.
Josselin Badilla is an East Los Angeles College student who joined the U.S. Army reserves officially on Feb. 2.
Since she was a child, she always wanted to join the army.
She was in the Junior Reserve Officer Corp in high school and Reserve Officer Corp at the University of California, Santa Barbara.