East Los Angeles College departments and services have to request Diversabilities Support Program and Services for training on how to better serve disabled students, but some services have not received training since the onset of the pandemic.
As part of the Broadcast 001 final, students will debut their own radio shows on East Los Angeles College’s radio station, on since 1967, KELA.
Data shows growing inequality across Los Angeles Community College District schools due to the implementation of AB 705 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
Last month, Campus News reported an assignment given by Geology Professor Tiffany Seeley to her students, mapping the trees removed from campus due to the new construction.
Politico reported Monday that it obtained a copy of the draft majority opinion, written by Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, effectively overturning Roe vs. Wade.
During a virtual meetup Thursday, Independent Curator and Program Specialist Jennelyn Tumalad shared lessons learned as a first generation Black, Indigenous, and People of Color museum professional.
Case Navigator for the East Los Angeles Women’s Center Claudia Arévalo spoke Saturday during a virtual workshop regarding the roots of gender oppression.
It was a friend named Donald Crump who invited Harold Welton to join the Black Student Union at East Los Angeles College in the Fall of 1969. Welton was already involved in activism prior to enrolling at ELAC in 1969 as a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
Professor Jean Stapleton has worked at East Los Angeles College’s longer than any other professor. Her career has spanned 50 years within the Los Angeles Community College District. 48 of those years with ELAC.