College campuses should have a nap room available for students to enjoy and get some rest throughout the day.
Last month, Campus News reported an assignment given by Geology Professor Tiffany Seeley to her students, mapping the trees removed from campus due to the new construction.
Politico reported Monday that it obtained a copy of the draft majority opinion, written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, effectively overturning Roe vs. Wade.
The Sexual Assault Awareness Violence Education Team (SAAVE) hosted a workshop about the sexual violence college students face last Wednesday.
East Los Angeles College President Alberto J. Roman and Chair of Social Science Marcel Morales, co-hosted a Town Hall and discussing student housing and updates on campus facilities.
The life of a cheerleader is more serious than you think. Valerie Lugo, a cheerleader at ELAC, said cheerleading isn’t considered “sport enough” to be added to the ELAC athletic department.
The Associated Student Union board approved a reduction of funds for the food pantry February 24.
East Los Angeles College dedicated its library to Helen Miller Bailey who served as chairperson of the Social Science department from 1946 to 1974.
East Los Angeles College’s new guidelines to be allowed on campus are good, but could be better. ELAC’s new policy says that in order to be allowed on campus, students and staff must show proof of vaccination. This is good, but ELAC will still allow medical and religious exemptions.
Incumbent Vice President Rosa Mendoza and ASU Senator Michelle Dang are now President-elect and Vice President of Finance-elect after winning their respective East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union elections. Mendoza defeated Chief Delegate Paul Medina. In the election for Vice President of Finance, ASU Senator Michelle Dang was declared the winner. The candidate who placed first, Lizeth Huerta, withdrew from the election last month. Dang placed second and Michael Graham placed third. The office of President and Vice President of Finance were the only offices that had multiple candidates running.