pportunities have been flying out the window for some huskies since they haven’t been checking school emails for grants and available resources. Vice President of Student Services, Julie Benavides said that students have not been checking their school emails and awards are going unclaimed.
The Associates Degree for Transfer program at East Los Angeles College has been recognized for its large increase of students transferred to California Community Colleges.
From pain to page, English Professor Obed Silva revisits traumatic memories in a book meant explore humanity. “The Death of My Father: The Pope,” the book will be published and available in stores in August.
Politics have torn families apart, literally and figuratively. Some people are hesitant to vote, because they are afraid of what other people will think.
Some disregard voting, because they don’t understand it and avoid doing so to prevent headaches. People have the right not to vote, but when lives are at stake it is crucial to help support those in dire situations.
Systematic oppression and unjust policing toward African Americans was expounded in an honest discussion on racial equity and power. The Los Angeles Community College District fostered a space for the discussion, Pursuing Racial Equity in Police Reform on Nov. 12.
Professor George Demetri Tangalos was a man of many talents and mysteries. Tangalos died on Oct. 1 after he was admitted to the hospital twice. During the second emergency visit, he remained unresponsive until passing.
The East Los Angeles Women’s Center taught mindful techniques that can be used to help victims of domestic violence find resources and support. Trauma and Healing, the interactive workshop, was held on Monday in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month via Zoom.
The Los Angeles Community College District created a safe place for constituents to share their personal experiences with depression and other mental issues. They hosted a mental health workshop to introduce ways to identify and support people with mental health issues.
In elementary school, children are taught not to judge a book by its cover. However, the first thing that happens when meeting someone is looking at an outfit or anatomical traits, so it’s hard for some people to not judge.
Taking things for face value is dangerous because it can disregard the truth and leads to faulty assumptions.
When Vice President Mike Pence was asked how he’d react if Roe vs. Wade was overturned during the vice-presidential debate this past Wednesday. He avoided the question and said that he was “unapologetically pro-life” If people really care about saving someone’s life, then they should support the pro-choice movement, since it saves a person from a lifetime of troubles.