“Not all hip-hop or rap music is vulgar or violent,” said Professor Godfrey Ramos during his Thursday presentation titled “hip-hop culture, art, influence and advocacy.”
The Aztec dance group Coatlicue Tonantzin celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day with traditional Aztec dances in front of the East Los Angeles College E3 building on Monday.
“What do you get when you combine labor, social justice and politics?” asked James McKeever, Professor of Sociology at Pierce College, during the Sociology Department’s virtual event yesterday. “More than just change in your pockets.”
Metro expanded its GoPass program from the Los Angeles Community College District to all community colleges of Los Angeles county.
The Fall 2022 club rush focused on helping East Los Angeles College students gain opportunities, scholastic information and friendships.
East Los Angeles Women’s Center advocate, Gabby Orozco, taught students that stalking is a behavior in which a victim has their safety (or their family’s safety) threatened when they are willfully and maliciously followed or harassed.
California Representative Judy Chu presented a $200,000 check to the East Los Angeles College Family and Community Engagement Services program on August 26.
Club leaders gathered virtually Monday to share details about the different clubs on campus during Club Rush Week.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and local medical providers are trying to reconcile the disparity of resources and accessibility to Latino, Black and other minority communities when it comes to battling monkeypox.
The East Los Angeles College Student Health Center held an event over Zoom that focused on helping students learn to love themselves. Martha Mejia, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker from ViaCare, led the hour-long workshop.