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Tuesday June 27th 2017

‘People’ Archives

Jorge Galindo: Undocumented Immigrant Hopes to Change his Own Community

Jorge Galindo: Undocumented Immigrant Hopes to Change his Own Community

It is 2:30 on a Wednesday afternoon. I’m scheduled to meet Jorge Galindo at the DMV in Lincoln Heights. Today marks a huge milestone in his life, one many would take for granted.  “This is the day I have been waiting for,” says Jorge. He is visibly nervous and [Read More]

Jesse Cuevas: Smiling in God’s Favor

Jesse Cuevas: Smiling in God’s Favor

Jesse Cuevas is a quiet, unassuming young man who seems far more mature than his mere 18 years.  He is dressed impeccably and can often be seen around campus, flying down a hill in a rush to somewhere only he knows.  His smile is brilliant and he always has it on full [Read More]

MéLisa & Ryun: a Marriage of Art and Adoption

MéLisa & Ryun: a Marriage of Art and Adoption

Ryun Hovind wakes up with his wife MéLisa Lomelino in their Burbank home.  They start just before the city rises, and sneak away to share a quiet walk.  They roam the streets together and start the day with exercise and peace. Little did they know before they left [Read More]

Manuela Garcia Amaya, UNICEF bound

Manuela Garcia Amaya, UNICEF bound

“Meet me at the student center – I practically live there,” says Manuela Garcia Amaya,  vice president of the Gay and Straight Alliance club on campus. She has not much changed since high school – jeans with black sneakers, a T-shirt with a scarf, an [Read More]

Carlos Castillo: Success from Vocational School

Carlos Castillo: Success from Vocational School

Carlos Castillo is a successful 23-year-old who proves that everything is possible and that vocational education may be a completely viable alternative to traditional four-year universities. “I must admit, at one point I felt lost, said Castillo speaking about the time he [Read More]

Victoria Burrows: Pet Placement Superstar

Victoria Burrows: Pet Placement Superstar

At around 8 a.m. every Sunday, Victoria Burrows arrives at a US Bank parking lot on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Swathmore Avenue. The morning air is filled with the sounds of the nearby farmer’s market. She is the first one here and she will be the last person to [Read More]

Jonathan Erland: A life in Special Effects

Jonathan Erland: A life in Special Effects

February is a busy time for the film industry, culminating in the Academy Awards at the end of the month. Although actors are the most visible face of the industry and the films it creates, the majority of the awards go to the less visible creators of movies — directors, [Read More]

Karine Armen: Keeping her mother’s spirit alive through positivity

Karine Armen: Keeping her mother’s spirit alive through positivity

Karine Armen has been an avid photographer and world traveler, [Read More]

Chuco Felix: Defending the Chicano Raza

Chuco Felix: Defending the Chicano Raza

“I don’t like Olvera Street. Everyone is into Olvera Street because there is so much ‘culture.’ All it is the portrayal of the Happy Mexican. ‘Si señor, you wanting me to dance like a puppet?’ You know, wanting to please everyone. It’s the opposite of my [Read More]

Gordon Alexandre: Another Profile in Courage

Gordon Alexandre: Another Profile in Courage

He rolls up early each morning, in his big, blue, imported SUV before the clock on the three-story elevator tower tolls seven, and takes his favorite parking space between the south end of the administration building and the front of the auditorium. He doesn’t take the [Read More]

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