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.
The Supreme Court is currently hearing oral arguments that could potentially result in the repeal of Roe v. Wade. If the landmark case is repealed, it can harm hundreds of thousands of women in 26 states.
East Los Angeles College dedicated its library to Helen Miller Bailey who served as chairperson of the Social Science department from 1946 to 1974.
Texas passed the “Heartbeat Bill”, banning all abortions after six weeks, making it a controversial and unconstitutional bill that does more harm than good.
Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill (AB) 396 to help feed thousands of California students struggling to put food on the table.
Growing hydroponically and aquaponically should be the new norm when it comes to farming.
Since the early 18th century, challenging and banning books has occurred, and the tortuous process should be stopped immediately.
Poetry can become extremely cliché if not written with a strong theme and tone in mind— unfortunately, “Some Things I Still Can’t Tell You” by Misha Collins is an example of this.
The Los Angeles Dodgers finally put on their game faces in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series, winning their first game thus far.
Each game, thus far, had its good and bad parts; every Dodger fan needs to have complete and utter faith in their boys in blue to win the NLDS and make it to the World Series.