Police presence not vital for empty campus security
Police presence is not essential or vital on an empty campus. On November 13, the Los Angeles Community College District announced it is seeking new security services after concluding their 19 year contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department due to the current COVID-19 pandemic we are experiencing.
Safe shopping practices necessary during holiday season
No matter the circumstances Angeleno’s will always find a way to turn the situation into a positive. The shopping experience has changed because of COVID 19.
OPINION: Crucial shortages, Colleges are not providing food supplies
Every school should provide students with breakfast and lunch during this pandemic.
OPINION: Libraries is crucial for student education
The Helen Miller Bailey Library should remain open during the quarantine.
OPINION: Online transition harder than expected
Even though Zoom has become the new alternative for online learning, there are many factors that prove Zoom is unreliable and filled with technical issues.
OPINION: Lockdown is making our media consumption uninteresting
People are spending more time watching television than ever due to the quarantine.
ELAC hosts workshop on how to have a good mindset on spending money
There are times when consumers have a difficult time trying to save money, but at the end of the day that money is spent on things that some clearly did not need.
OPINION: Financial assistance is a need for students
Students at East Los Angeles College should have access to more financial assistance to help with daily expenses during quarantine.
OPINION: Online classes is affecting the learning and mindset of students
With there yet to be a vaccine for COVID-19, most college campuses have announced that classes will remain online, but moving to online instruction for the rest of the year can be detrimental for most of the student body.