Contents 1 Theatre and arts 2 Clubs and organizations 3 Honors Program 4 Activity with area high school 5 Notable alumni 6 See also 7 References 8 External links


Theatre and arts[edit] ELAC is the home to the Vincent and Mary Price Gallery and the Vincent Price Art Museum, the repository of the art collection of Vincent Price. In 1957, impressed by the spirit of the students and the community's need for the opportunity to experience original art works first hand, Vincent and Mary Grant Price donated 90 pieces from their private collection to establish the museum, which was the first "teaching art collection" owned by a community college in the United States. They ultimately donated some 2,000 pieces; the collection contains over 9,000 pieces and has been valued in excess of $5 million.[2]


Clubs and organizations[edit] All clubs in East Los Angeles College are operated and chartered with the ELAC Associate Student Union. The East Los Angeles College Alumni Association is responsible for continually connecting graduates to the student body and holds annual and bi-annual events to raise money for scholarships. East Los Angeles College Campus News is the college's newspaper, and it was established in 1945. The paper is managed by the students after they have successfully completed Journalism 101. A print edition comes out every Wednesday during the Spring and Fall semesters. The current adviser is Jean Stapleton. Other organizations include East Side Spirit and Pride, the organization that founded the Husky marching band on campus, as well as helping to restore the football program in 1995. In addition ESSP is now the alumni association for the college with Dennis Sanchez as the Chairperson and a board of directors of 23 members.


Honors Program[edit] The East Los Angeles Honors Program, which are recognized by the UC system, the Pomona colleges, Occidental and Loyola Marymount, offers rigorous courses that are designed to help students transfer and successfully transition to four-year universities. The Honors Program is open to both part and full time students and requires a 3.0 GPA to apply and be considered for enrollment. Successful completion of the Honors Program guarantees priority consideration for admission at 11 four year universities throughout California and Washington. ([3])


Activity with area high school[edit] ELAC's football field is the site of graduation ceremonies for local high schools such as Garfield High School in East Los Angeles. It has also hosted the "East L.A. Classic" football game between Garfield against Theodore Roosevelt High School, that traditionally draws over 20,000 fans.[4]


Notable alumni[edit] Antonio Villaraigosa, at an event. Leroy D. Baca, former Sheriff of Los Angeles Clarence Davis, retired NFL football player Gloria Molina, Los Angeles County Supervisor Edward James Olmos, actor Bob Pacheco, former 60th District Assemblyman Dennis Sanchez, founder of East Side Spirit and Pride Art Torres, California Democratic Party Chairman Kent Twitchell, muralist Antonio Villaraigosa, former Mayor of Los Angeles Jesse Waugh, artist


See also[edit] Los Angeles portal University portal Howard E. Dorsey, Los Angeles City Council member, 1937, supported establishing new college in East Los Angeles


References[edit] ^ http://datamart.cccco.edu/Students/Enrollment_Status.aspx ^ Aug. 1992 interview by the Smithsonian. Siris-archives.si.edu (October 25, 1993). Retrieved on November 3, 2011. ^ elac.edu/academics/programs/honors ^ NFLHS.COM – State Stories Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.


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