By July 2020, East Los Angeles College will have a new president or one will be close to being chosen by a selection committee that’s yet to be established. Francisco C. Rodriguez, Los Angeles Community College District chancellor, hosted a town hall meeting on Monday to inform the ELAC community on the selection process.
The East Los Angeles College community can communicate what they want from the college’s next president with Los Angeles Community College District representatives on Monday.
Mental health is one of the most prevalent topics in recent years and pop culture has played a crucial role in the public discourse.
The E7 building partially reopened on Monday for classes in the basement, the first and second floors after the building flooded on Oct. 14.
College students should do what they can to travel and get to know the world. It might seem impossible at times with bills and debt piling up, but traveling can be one of the most indispensable experiences of a person’s life.
Sports fans watched fast-paced three-on-three basketball while esports fans watched Super Smash Brothers Ultimate players compete on Friday and Saturday at the Los Angeles Street Festival. The event was created in partnership between the LA Times and the International Basketball Federation, FIBA. It is a callback to the original name the association started with, and its role is to govern international competition in basketball. The LA Street Festival had a variety of booths, half-court areas for play and even a section for an esports tournament.
The word “impeachment” has been thrown around since President Donald Trump was elected, but there were no official proceedings until U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an official impeachment inquiry yesterday. This isn’t a guarantee that the president will be impeached, but rather the start of an investigation into a conversation between Trump and the president of the Ukraine.
California Assemblymember Marc Berman (D-Palo ALTO) has decided to postpone a proposed law that would require community colleges to permit students facing homelessness to use parking lots located on campuses to sleep in their cars.
Luis Angel Cano captures part of the aesthetic and pop culture influences of East Los Angeles using plastic toys and polymer clay.
Students of the East Los Angeles College Theater Arts department will present a contemporary interpretation of Arthur Miller’s celebrated play, “The Crucible,” from May 17-26.