Terminated East Los Angeles College Dean Paul De La Cerda was found guilty on Friday of grand theft by an employee. This charge filed by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office is in addition to the original charges of one count of Public Office Embezzling for personal use and one count of grand theft by embezzlement, back in January. A plea deal was offered to De La Cerda in April.
Well-known Los Angeles based architect Barbra Bestor presented her list of projects she had worked on throughout the years.
East Los Angeles College President Alberto Román was featured in ELAC’s 4th Annual Political Science Career Fair on Thursday.
With Sexual Assault Awareness Month coming to an end, Edwin Rojas, a health educator and research assistant, from St. John’s Well Child and Family Center conducted a workshop on Thursday about Sexual Transmitted infections and Human Immunodeficiency Virus prevention. “HIV is something very present, it needs to be addressed and not put in the past,” says Rojas.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the East Los Angeles Women Center focuses on ways boys and men can engage against domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer Center invited students via Zoom to discuss and inform students about the LGBTQ+ community.
Undocumented students at East Los Angeles College have a safe space to express themselves, get scholastic information and a sense of camaraderie in the UndocuHuskies Club.
A set of new bills signed by Governor Gavin Newsom aim to make college more affordable and accessible.
East Los Angeles College students can use the Career and Academic Pathways site to figure out the right career path for them.
Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill (AB) 396 to help feed thousands of California students struggling to put food on the table.