ELAC’s Respiratory Therapy Professor Bunnarith Chhun prepares his class with safety supplies like latex gloves, hand sanitizer and proper masks.
Three East Los Angeles College students received scholarships from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
Retirement awaits a few prominent figures of East Los Angeles College including seven faculty members and two staff members.
It came like a predicted tsunami. Covid, a force that began quietly and powerful, something only a few were prepared for. A [Pandemic], a word not commonly known to many before the year 2019. One that now holds true meaning to everyone and severe consequences that still affect many. While some work on recuperating lost jobs, relationships, and the ability to go about their normal daily routine, others remain wounded. Physically, mentally, and emotionally the aftershocks of Covid are present. Covid 19 once labeled as a novice virus continues to impact every student at East Los Angeles College.
East Los Angeles College was the host location of a free wellness and community fair which encouraged residents to get their health checked.
President of ELAC Dr. Alberto J. Roman and ASU President Mr. Yuxuan Bai co-hosted the Town Hall for ELAC students on Friday from 12-1 pm.
Rosa Mendoza is in her third year at East Los Angeles College and wants to provide students with a sense of community.
Students at East Los Angeles College will be able to vote in the upcoming elections starting on Monday April 26.
Congresswoman Judy Chu has recently been an outspoken voice in the aftermath of recent attacks on Asian Americans.
The world is still in a pandemic and students must be mindful of the situation.