Lynn Hang started Nursing classes at ELAC in spring of 2022, and by semester’s end, she had failed out and was no longer able to take nursing courses in the Los Angeles Community College District.
Inactive students sign up for benefits disrupting the online-class environment for students, professors and even the district.
ELAC Child Development Center’s Nancy Duran won PBS Kids’ “Early Learning Champions,” Class of 2023 along with 13 others around the nation earlier this month. Known to many as “Teacher Nancy,” Duran is the only recipient in this year’s award from California, representing Los Angeles’ local station PBS SoCal.
As mental illness becomes more common, days like World Mental Health Day are commemorated in an effort to bring awareness to the importance of self-care.
East Los Angeles Women’s and Men’s Center works directly with East Los Angeles College and invited students to an educational workshop on Thursday.
October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The East Los Angeles Womens Center Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education Team, is hosting events throughout October to help anyone who is experiencing domestic violence.
Indigenous people and their supporters celebrated their centuries-long history of resilience at MacArthur Park’s Levitt Pavilion Bandshell on Saturday with ceremonies, dances and speeches.
The elevators in the E3 building do not function consistently, causing long wait times for students taking classes in the building.
The volleyball team is off to one of its best starts in recent history, completing a three set sweep against El Camino College Friday night.
After reviewing the Biden administration’s new version of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Texas federal district judge Andrew S. Hanen declared the program illegal.