Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Some conservatives students on campus have expressed praise for the way Long Beach City College is accepting of different ideologies in the classroom at a time when the country is in a political turmoil. Members of Turning Point USA, the LBCC chapter, value the interaction professors on campus allow them to have when challenging different viewpoints. Turning Point USA is...
Long Beach City College performing arts department will host an event called “Ring in the Holidays!” tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Long Beach VA, Egg auditorium where Wind Ensemble and Evening Wind Symphony will perform. The musical event, whose purpose is bring the spirit of the holidays to LBCC, will offer free parking and admission to everyone who wants to...
Long Beach City College offers a silk screen printing and printmaking class for students in the art department that allows them to make prints that they can reuse or sell in the future. Printmaking and specifically silkscreen printing is mainly used for designs and print images on  T-shirts, bags, and ceramics. Silkscreen printing is the oldest type of printmaking...
The Environmental Action Movement Club had its “Bring a Bag, Take a Bag” clothing swap to spread awareness of how fast fashion affects the environment in the  A quad on Monday. Perry Lorn, an LBCC student whose role is club treasurer, helped in the event. “We want to spread awareness on fast fashion and how it affects the garbage in...
Professors and other faculty and staff are being trained by students at LBCC who are working to obtain their personal training certification. Every Thursday in the gym from 1:15 p.m. - 3 p.m. they are striving to be healthier and encouraging colleagues to do the same.   The kinesiology department offers a personal training certification program and the last class...
Dozens of LBCC student artists gathered to showcase their work for those who have an appreciation of creativity and art on Tuesday evening. There is a plethora of talent on campus in which students who can turn a blank canvas into beautiful works of art. The gallery, which now is themed “Disaster, History, Integumentum” is full of different...
The smell of asada and chicken tacos lingered over the E quad at LAC, prompting students to take part in the Order of Thor’s fundraiser on Nov. 6. LBCC student Miguel Hernandez was intrigued by the smell of tacos in the quad. “I just came out of class and I smelled the tacos. I was hungry and I just came...
Bagels with cream cheese, fruits and beverages were given out to students who stopped by the Better Breakfast Day booth at the PCC quad on Oct. 30. Healthy Viking Initiative, a program organized by Student Affairs, had a small event where students could come by and get a quick, free breakfast snack. “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day...
Twenty-six years ago, 65-year-old LBCC student Danny Rafferty and his roommate Andrew decided to get tested for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) after finding out that his coworker Mark was diagnosed with full-blown AIDS. After the three of them took a trip to the Los Angeles Medical Center, Rafferty and his roommate found out they were both tested positive for...
Long Beach City College hosted an ice cream social event with the police department, Long Beach police department airport K9, and motor officers who gave free ice cream at LAC in the E Quad on Thursday. Associated Student Body (ASB) sponsored and organized the event in order to promote social interaction between the police and students. Students had the opportunity to...

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Hundreds rally against sexual injustice at SlutWalk in DTLA (Photo gallery)

The Amber Rose’s 4th Annual SlutWalk makes it appearance in Downtown Los Angeles at the Pershing Square on Saturday. Amber Rose is known as an...