Documentary encourages students to take action

By Darlene Galvan Female college students share their stories of struggle when colleges’ disregarded their pleas for help when reporting that they were sexually assaulted by male college students during the free documentary screening of “The Hunting Ground.” Andrea Pino and Annie Clark were undergraduates from the University of North Carolina at the time they were sexually assaulted, and joined together to begin a mission to help other college students…

May 6, 2015

Panel discusses former ELAC instructor

  By Darlene Galvan Helen Miller Bailey’s influence was remembered during a book talk with Rita Joiner Soza and a panel of guest speakers April 4 at the S2 Recital Hall. Soza read from her book “Helen Miller Bailey: The Pioneer Education and Renaissance Woman Who Shaped Chicano(a) Leaders” and provided a summary of Bailey’s influence from Chapter 14. Soza spoke of six of Bailey’s former students who fought for…

April 15, 2015

New cafeteria threatens food truck’s future

By Darlene Galvan The future is uncertain for Malibu Bagels Food Truck once East Los Angeles College’s upcoming student center opens. On a daily basis the food truck serves more than 100 customers according to Marla Fuentes, manager of the food truck for the past two years. A great majority of students and faculty have a larger variety of food selections directly across Collegian Avenue and in the Atlantic Square…

December 4, 2014