New building brings changes, math and science building joins the ELAC campus

By Gustavo Buenrostro East Los Angeles College has completed the latest addition to the campus with the new math and science building. “The building is nice. The open space makes it feel less like a community college and more like a university. It’s fancy,” said student Vivian Reyes. Reyes also says that the lighting makes students more motivated to study and come to school. Students in science classes especially appreciate…

September 14, 2016
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ELAC expands with new E3 building

By Diego Olivares The E3 building officially opened Jan. 5 for winter classes. Students attending classes this semester will be introduced to resources now offered. It’s been a long process in the making of E3. Work on the E3 building dates back to the early 2010s. The original E3 building was demolished back in 2012 along with the E5 building. These buildings were built after World War II. Construction on the E3…

February 25, 2016
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South Gate Center plans to relocate pending environmental report

  By JC Casarez   A growing number of students at East Los Angeles College’s South Gate campus has cause ELAC faculty to consider more options to accommodate more classes. The current plan is to transition the campus from its current location on Firestone Boulevard to the property located across the street that occupies the area between Alameda Street and Santa Fe Avenue. The latest development has been the completion…

April 23, 2013
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