East Los Angeles: Gentrification in the name of beautification
Gentrification is not that good because this requires the cost of East Los Angeles’ communities to inflate in price.
Getting vaccinated helps to prevent the spread of COVID-19
COVID-19 has been one of the worst things to have occurred in the United States, and the globe, vaccines can stop that. Many lives were lost, people still in hospitals, and so many also lost their jobs or homes.
Proof of Vaccination status is now required in LA county establishments
The battle to fight the spread of COVID-19 is far from over, but SafePassLA is a step in the right direction.
ELAC should provide a variety of online courses
East Los Angeles College should have more options for how students want to pursue their educationCommunities are trying to go back to life before the pandemic. Many were affected, including students and staff here at East Los Angeles College.
ELAC’s club outreach struggle reaching out to students
East Los Angeles College does not advertise clubs enough throughout the school year.The majority of students took courses online and had no idea that campus clubs integrate online meetings throughout the year.
Children 5-12 years old are now able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine
Children 5-12 years old have been approved by the Centers of Disease and Protection to be now able to receive the Covid-19 vaccines, this is what positive progress looks like.
Gavin Newsom Extends his Emergency Orders
It’s good that Governor Gavin Newsom extended the emergency order. He’s not wrong.Newsom extended the emergency order from November 10 until March 2022. The reason behind this is that COVID-19 is still affecting people every day, and it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.
Online classes should stay- beneficial for students
Online classes with live instruction and meetings should become a permanent option for all students.
Boyle Heights, a community worth fighting for
Gentrification has been a threat to communities of low income and people of color.