Kroger Markets has donated $150,000 to The Foundation for the Los Angeles Community Colleges to help with the monetary stress students face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
District Academic Senate Executive Committee President Angela Echeverri said there was a confirmed COVID-19 case at the Los Angeles Community College District office Monday.
Due to the world disaster of COVID-19, social distancing has become the norm for the last few weeks.
As COVID-19 has become more of a concern in the past weeks, there has been an unprecedented amount of money being used by the U.S. to help stabilize the economy.
As these rare circumstances change the lifestyles of others, many vendors are still risking their health from exposure to make income by selling outside their homes.
With COVID-19 cases rising, the government urges residents to stay home and social distance, but is selfishly putting lives at risk to continue detaining immigrants.
Los Angeles Community College District’s nine colleges will give students the chance to take classes “Pass/No Pass” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a lot of Americans out of work because of the pandemic people are worried how they will make next month’s rent or mortgage.
Los Angeles has a rich culture of art and music, but with the city under quarantine, artists are left without an audience and income.
An East Los Angeles College student has tested positive for COVID-19 on March 21. ELAC interim president Raul Rodriguez confirmed it on Sunday, the name of the student has not been released.