Los Angeles Unified School District’s leaders presented a webinar last Wednesday with useful information for college students and families about balancing work, school and life.
Well-known Los Angeles based architect Barbra Bestor presented her list of projects she had worked on throughout the years.
It was a friend named Donald Crump who invited Harold Welton to join the Black Student Union at East Los Angeles College in the Fall of 1969. Welton was already involved in activism prior to enrolling at ELAC in 1969 as a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
It’s been a tough situation for East Los Angeles College Head Coach Bruce Turner with the pandemic still ongoing.
“[COVID-19] has affected recruiting and our numbers,” Turner said.
The team currently has 14 players on the roster. There are nine sophomores and five freshmen on the team. Three players are still pending to join the team.
By Leonardo Cervantes Netflix’s “Night Teeth” is a thrilling vampire film that focuses on betrayal. The director of the film, Adam Randall, also directed “I See You.” The film contains a cast with more familiar actors like Benny (Jorge Lendeborg Jr), Blaire (Debby Ryan), Zoe (Lucy Fry) and Jay (Raúl Castillo). “Don’t let humans know we exist. Don’t feed on the unwilling, and never ever enter Boyle Heights without permission,”…
On a mission to set the record straight, Bob Ross’s son, Steve Ross plays a key role in Netflix’s documentary “Bob Ross: Happiness Betrayal and Greed.” The documentary dives into the hidden parts of Ross’ life successfully, but not without twists and turns.
Reuben Holmes, better known under the pen name R.H. Sin is a New York Times bestselling author whose new book, “She Fits Inside These Words”, is the best poetry book of 2021, so far. Holmes goes by the pen name R.H. Sin.
Inconsistent communication with academic members in returning this fall semester was the center of discussion at the Academic Senate Meeting.
East Los Angeles’s Dream Resource Center provided insight for students on accessing valuable free or low cost health services during the pandemic.
Juan Calvillo, the ELAC Campus News editor-in-chief, requested that I write the first (of which we hope) is an ongoing newspaper column–inviting Campus News alumni to share their experiences. The column’s aim is to bring a face to a very lively process that is making this newspaper.
Hearing the rhetoric during the 2016 election (and how it was reported) inspired me to take the J-101 class.
The falsehoods posted on the internet, in our own media—unchecked and spreading rapidly through social media, were much different than the usual political back-and-forth.
An aspect of J-101 that I surprisingly enjoyed was the assignment to go around campus and look for a feature story. There are over 1,500