Los Angeles Unified School District’s leaders presented a webinar last Wednesday with useful information for college students and families about balancing work, school and life.
The Vincent Price Art Museum Foundation is hosting its third annual silent auction art fundraiser that including works from over 30 artists.
The Los Angeles based artist River Garza discussed the life and cultural experiences that influence his art at art lecture on zoom.
He stressed the importance of community, self-awareness and knowing the business side of being a working creator.
During the second game of the Golden West College tournament the Huskies lost 18-3. The East Los Angeles College women’s water polo team struggled to stay afloat, scoring in only 2 of the 4 quarters on Saturday. They currently are 0-5.
The Gary Marshall Theatre has partnered with East Los Angeles College to provide two student interns for the production of “The Root Beer Bandits.” Hannah Sadeghian and Lisa Hong, both working toward costume certificates through ELAC’s Theater Arts department, worked on the design and construction of costumes featured in a stage performance of a Wild West family musical.
The Career and Jobs Services department gave students access to volunteer opportunities in the medical services community. On Thursday, the LAC+USC Medical Center took part in East Los Angeles College’s monthly “Employer Meet & Greet” over Zoom to discuss the process of applying and onboarding for volunteer work at it’s facility.
The cinematography of the Sci-fi/Adventure “Dune” is stunning, and matches beautifully to the story and characters of the film.
Pregnant people should be included in early clinical trials of pandemic vaccines. Excluding this subset of the population is detrimental to everyone.
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there is an increased risk of severe illness and pregnancy complications from COVID-19 for pregnant people.
The Gary Marshall Theatre has partnered with East Los Angeles College to provide two student interns for the production of “The Root Beer Bandits.”
“The Guilty,” a new Netflix thriller, highlights the stress and mental health of a Los Angeles Police Department officer.