The Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education team provides information to East Los Angeles College students focusing on both precaution and intervention of sexual violence in student’s lives.
Data shows growing inequality across Los Angeles Community College District schools due to the implementation of AB 705 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
The East Los Angeles College Psychology Department had former students tell their stories about having continued in their chosen major.
The East Los Angeles College Student Nurse Association Club charter was up for suspension during Friday’s Associated Student Union meeting.
East Los Angeles Women’s Center had students to learn more about issues that can affect students’ lives.
A healing circle held today and Friday outside the Ernest H. Moreno E3 building gave students, faculty and staff a chance to share feelings and emotions, after an East Los Angeles College Student fell from the building Tuesday.
An East Los Angeles College Asian female student, 19, fell in what sheriffs have called a possible suicide attempt from the fifth floor south west corner balcony of the Ernest H. Moreno E3 building Tuesday. The fall was between the ELAC Student Services E1 building and the E3 building.
Understanding the signs of mental illness and how to help those with it, is an important step in mental illness distinction.
Roberto “Dr. Cintli” Rodriguez knows the consequences and problems that come when a traumatic event happen at a young age, and how to work through it.