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.
All school instruction has been moved online and as a result, student organizations have had to move activities online as well. One of these organizations, the Business Club, has had to find a creative way to adapt to the shut-down.
East Los Angeles College students affected by the pandemic are being aided with food by the Associated Student Union’s food pantry. The year 2020 brought many new norms to students at ELAC.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have always had a special place in the hearts of Angelenos.
The Dodgers made the city proud by winning the World Series after 32 years. Over the last four years, Dodger fans have been heartbroken and frustrated with the outcomes from the playoffs and World Series games.
Now, the Dodgers came back and redeemed themselves.
Proposition 22 would have very big effects on California residents.
Prop 22 asks whether application-based-drivers should be considered as independent contractors rather than agents or employees. If voters vote yes, Prop 22 would overturn Assembly Bill 5 for app based drivers, which was passed in 2019. Assembly Bill 5 laid out a three-point test that determined whether a worker would be classified as an independent contractor.
Despite finding himself in quarantine like much of the country, Steven Adamo, one of East Los Angeles College Campus News’ most decorated staff members, has won yet another award in journalism.
Adamo, ELAC Campus News art director, won second place in editorial cartooning at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 62nd Southern California Journalism Awards.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a forced to be reckoned with.
Ginsburg lived a life of perseverance, being the second woman on the United States Supreme Court and going through obstacles to get herself there. RBG set the example for many people today.
Hundreds of people rallied to march for about two and half miles in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium on Aug 29.
There were two meeting places: People walking met at Atlantic Park, while other drove down Whittier Boulevard from Pico Rivera.
However, the two groups joined together as the march began and went west toward Salazar Park.
The Los Angeles Community College District board of trustees will be getting a new Student Trustee on June 3rd. Elias Geronimo was declared the winner of the Student Trustee election on May 18, defeating four other candidates. Germino will be sworn in on June 3rd and succeed incumbent student trustee Alfredo Salmeron.