L.A. parades over election’s results

November 22, 2020

Hundreds of people take to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to celebrate and protest on Nov. 6 when news outlets started projecting that former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris would win the 2020 presidential election.


Debates provide insight to voters

Presidential and Vice Presidential debates should continue because it gives the public more of an insight to how the candidates think.
President Donald Trump announced over Twitter that he had contracted the coronavirus along with First Lady Melania Trump. After the news of Trump getting COVID-19, Presidential Candidate Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden received tests and the results came back negative.

October 17, 2020

Trump impeachment inquiry announced

The word “impeachment” has been thrown around since President Donald Trump was elected, but there were no official proceedings until U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an official impeachment inquiry yesterday. This isn’t a guarantee that the president will be impeached, but rather the start of an investigation into a conversation between Trump and the president of the Ukraine.

September 25, 2019

Professors organize panel on impeachment process

East Los Angeles College professors hosted a panel on impeachment and its process on Thursday.

The panel, which was part of the Social Science Lecture Series, included U.S. history professors Steve Wardinski and Carlos Ramirez and political science professors, Kenneth Chaiprasert and Rogelio Garcia.

May 15, 2019

OPINION: Video games not to blame for gun violence

By Gustavo Buenrostro “Video games are the cause of violence” is a narrative that is played out at this point, yet it still persists. President Donald Trump made a statement saying that video games are shaping the youths mind to be more violent in early March after the shooting in Florida. He also said that movies are also violent triggers for young people. The Kentucky governor Matt Bevin said video…

March 21, 2018

Visiting professor talks of education as resistance

By Maria Isabel Cubillo  “If we get stuck in the fear and pain, we can not move forward,” visiting professor Dolores Delgado Bernal said, who spoke about resistance that leads to social justice. Delgado Bernal, a professor of education and ethnic studies from the University of Utah and a visiting professor at  California State University, Los Angeles, spoke to students about types of resistance and how more effectively seek social…

May 10, 2017

Campus community rallies to protest Trump

By Ivan Cazares Students, faculty and staff expressed discontent with President Donald Trump in a “Speak Out” rally organized by the East Los Angeles Coalition for Social Action at G3 Foyer. Speakers expressed their opinions and presented a call to action in resistance to discrimination, hate crimes and executive orders like the travel ban. In January, Trump signed an executive order banning refugees from entering the United States for 120…

March 22, 2017

Evil Trump is against the United States

By Diego Olivares In light of Hillary Clinton’s recent visit to East Los Angeles College, there something else that is far more concerning as of late. Yes, I’m of course, talking about the fact that billionaire/racist/most-hated scumbag in the world, Donald Trump is now the Republican presumptive nominee for President of the United States. And to be quite honest, I’m far more concerned about this than Clinton stopping by ELAC just…

May 11, 2016