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.
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.
Day two of the Electronic Entertainment Exposition focused on “Halo Infinite” and other new titles for Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S and Square Enix’s upcoming titles.
Students in this course learn principles and theory of multimedia as it relates to journalism. The course offers basic training on how to create podcasts, news segments, feature stories and more– some of which are posted on our site. Students interested in learning how to report stories using multimedia are encouraged to join the class. No experience is required, and those who are experienced are also encouraged to register. #20267…
Luis Angel Cano captures part of the aesthetic and pop culture influences of East Los Angeles using plastic toys and polymer clay.
East Los Angeles Campus News interviews cast members and the director of “The Crucible” about what the play is about and how its themes are still seen today.
Campus News presents “The Feature Is Ours” hosted by staff members, and self-proclaimed movie buffs, Anastasia Landeros and Gustavo Buenrostro. On this episode, rumors upon rumors and oh, hello there… Ewan McGregor.
The City of South Gate hosted local schools and organizations at “Family Day in the Park” in South Gate Park on Saturday, as they presented the new city brand.