A former Los Angeles Southwest College English professor has been awarded $10 million in a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Community College District and Howard Irvin, former Vice President of Student Services at LASC.
A breakdown of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund monies, during a post pandemic forum on Thursday, showed how funds have aided both students and the college.
Jacqueline Arellano has worked along the border since 2016, and she has noticed deaths have increased over the years.
Rodents, insects and flowers were researched over the past summers at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory by Los Angeles Community College District students.
The Department of Education will now offer college-in-prison for prisoners at select federal and state prisons.
The Pathway to Law School Club had a costume contest in front of the E3 building to promote their club activities.
The Sociology Club held its Halloween-themed bake sale on Thursday as part of its month-long holiday themed bake sales.
As a conclusion to Domestic Violence awareness month, East Los Angeles Women’s Center held its 25th annual Domestic Violence candlelight vigil.
Combatting misinformation on sexual health, Chair of Social Sciences Marcel Morales presented a wide-range of information Tuesday on how to maintain good sexual health.