By Alejandro Ambriz There is always a chance athletes can be injured during competition, no matter how good the players are or if precautions are followed to the letter. An analysis by Quotewizard that looked at National Safety Council data on sports related injuries from 2010 to 2017 provides insight as to which sports are more dangerous among 15-24 year olds. This three-minute read ranked sports in three charts based…
By Alejandro Ambriz In areas surrounding the library and E3 building, petitioners have been persistently asking for signatures since the beginning of the spring semester. These are typically brief interactions, such as when they ask for a signature regarding rent control or are advocating for a candidate. There is nothing wrong with the recruiters asking for signatures, especially since they include policies like waste management and housing initiatives that would…
Widespread contamination of water throughout California wells could pose a health risk for residents as the state of California has failed to properly address the issue and has taken a slow initiative.
Mental health is one of the most prevalent topics in recent years and pop culture has played a crucial role in the public discourse.
Wonder Women In Entertainment was a panel on the experiences of female lawyers, executives and talent managers at The Los Angeles Comic Con on Oct. 12.
The second annual political science fair at East Los Angeles College provided a guide for students interested in political science as a possible career path Thursday.
Gender and Sexualities Alliance Club provided a presentation highlighting some of the most significant events in the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement.
East Los Angeles College president Marvin Martinez began the last Academic Senate meeting of the semester by announcing plans to resign from his position. His last official day of work is June 14.
Still haven’t got a Mother’s Day gift? The days are winding, but the arts students of ELAC might have a solution.
East Los Angeles College student and center back Vicente Herencia joined the ranks of Saint Katherine University soccer team when he signed his letter of intent to play on April 18.