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The Covid Vaccination Trail Promises Returns

Jonathan Montes
    Vaccine Brings Hope for Normalcy to Millennials Members of the under-25 crowd talk about their path to the COVID-19 vaccine and look past any side effects to the life they hope for after the pandemic. BY JONATHAN MONTES; (Los Angeles, Calif./May 8, 2021) — They get tips from emails at work or scour websites......

Confidence Rises for Vaccinated Millennials

Jonathan Montes
By Jonathan Montes Members of the under-25 crowd talk about their path to the COVID-19 vaccine and the life they hope for after the pandemic. (Los Angeles, Calif., Collegian) — They get tips from emails at work or significant others offer information and even websites can be a source for where to get the COVID-19......

Swap Meet Wars

Online City News
Answers do not come easy for vendors on the street near Vermont and Melrose Avenues. They jostle for position, interact with police, and try to carve out a living.   A few Vendors’ stands spill over onto Willowbrook and Vermont behind L.A. City College on March 21, 2021. The number of vendors on the street......

Clash of reporters and police officers at Echo Park results in detained student and journalists

Online City News
(East Hollywood, Calif.)— Student reporter Gigi Williams and 15 plus reporters, arrested in Los Angeles, California, while documenting the #EchoParkRising demonstrations at the Lake protesting actions against homeless encampments on March 25, 2021, a week before LACC concluded for spring break. Williams moments before her arrest, “They are so close to me, so I’ll be......

Bannish Pandemic Pounds

Online City News
Throw Yourself into Martial Arts By Justin de la Cruz The pandemic caught us all by surprise. We never thought everyone would be closed indoors, afraid to shake hands, or afraid to see someone without a mask. Humans are not meant to stay indoors. Instead, we should be communicating with one another, exploring, and participating......

Spring 2021 Issue 1.0.

Online City News
ON THIS ISSUE// Millennials are on the chase for an antidote that will return their lives to normalcy. BLACK HISTORY// A closer look at the Reimagined Life of many on the rails of justice seeking on-campus internal review of allegiance to Black society and on campus brutality. COLLEGE RANKING//LACC makes history one more time as......

City Objects to Violence Against Asian Pacific Islanders

Beatriche Alcala
PHOTOS BY LOUIS WHITE The “Love Our Communities: Build Collective Power” rally brought the community together in solidarity to protest against the rise of Anti-Asian violence. Billed as an event to “Meet, collaborate, and build with grassroots organizations doing direct work in Los Angeles Asian American communities”, the shifted the focus from anti-Asian violence to......

Hate Crimes Increase Against APIs

Hollywood and Los Angeles neighborhoods mirror a violent national pattern as pandemic hits the one-year mark.  By Serina Haynes Asian communities that surround East Hollywood and the LACC neighborhoods of Thai Town, Koreatown, Chinatown and Little Tokyo remain on edge after a surge in hate crimes against Asian Americans since the pandemic began.  A streak of unprovoked......

LA City Ranked Among the Most Influential Colleges of the Nation

Online City News
Faculty and Students Bonafide Last Thursday on Forbes, Academic Influence released its first-ever ranking of the best 50 American community colleges of 839 community colleges in the US placing LACC as number sixth in the nation and second in California. The criteria for the national recognition comes with the observation to be fully accredited; enrolled......

It is necessary that it works

Online City News
L.A. takes steps to think outside the box after Former LACCD Student was shot dead by County Sheriffs. LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) Board of Trustees approved a new partnership with the City of Los Angeles to develop a pathway to municipal careers and job opportunities for students and graduates of the......
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