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Orange isn't really Kanye West's color.

After being sentenced to 24 months probation and ordered to do 240 hours of community service stemming from an August incident where West attacked a paparazzo at LAX airport, E! News has learned that the rapper has been serving his time at L.A. Trade Technical College, where he has been teaching fashion design.

One student tells E! News that they saw Kim Kardashian's mister in the Fashion Design classes on Monday, where he spoke with a few of the professors as well as a few of the students. "Last year, students made Kanye inspired, so I think that's why he came by which was cool." the eyewitness tells E! News.

According to TMZ, yesterday's visit was his third time speaking at LATTC in the past six weeks. He reportedly participated in a three-hour lecture at the public community college, which is located in downtown Los Angeles.

Back in March, the 36-year-old star pled no contest to one count of battery in response to the 2013 lawsuit filed against him by paparazzo Daniel Ramos, who alleged that West attacked him without warming or provocation. In addition to his probation and his community service sentence, the newlywed is also required to complete 24 sessions of a level-two anger management program.

While there are pics of Kanye posing with students at LATTC, the Los Angeles City Attorney tells E! News that they are not privy to the details of Kanye's probation. They are aware that Yeezy has performed some community service, but do not know exactly what has been completed. 

Meanwhile, Kanye's attorney must provide the court with proof and details of his probation on July 17 at the next court hearing.

—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum and Ruth O'Neill

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