Assembly Bill 1705 is making its way through the California state legislature and if passed, will require new community college students to start in transfer English and Math courses.
Three East Los Angeles College students, Evelyn Martinez, Jocelyn Hernandez and Cynthia Solis applied to the 21st Annual Honors Transfer Council of California Research Conference and they all got in.
Healthcare workers came together for the event, “Healthcare is a Human Right,” to promote AB-1400 and the steps needed to be able to give healthcare to all.
Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog,” is exceptional.
A dark western film is filled with toxic masculinity along with childhood trauma and this is topped off with outstanding cinematography.
East Los Angeles College President Alberto Román was featured in ELAC’s 4th Annual Political Science Career Fair on Thursday.
Dr. Farima Pour-Khorshid facilitated a workshop discussion about healing called, “Tending to the Wounds of Racial Trauma and Social Toxicity.”
Colin Kaepernick’s coming-of-age docuseries “Colin in Black and White” follows the heart-wrenching experiences growing up as a black teenage boy, which led him to become an activist.
East Los Angeles College invited California State University, Los Angeles Dream Resource Center to speak to undocumented students about the transfer process on Thursday.
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings” opens a new perspective for what the Marvel Cinematic Universe could become as they continue to develop more films involving people of color.
“I am All Girls” tackles the important subject of child sex trafficking with great sensitivity. Director Donovan Marsh’s storytelling is emotional without being completely explicit or exploitative about the matter.