Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Bike theft on the rise

Officers from the LBPD city college division took it upon themselves at the tail end of the spring 2018 semester to post memos around both LAC and PCC to inform students on how to prevent and discourage bike theft, as well as what to do if you have become a victim of this string of crime. These semester tensions...
The Long Beach antique market takes place every third Sunday of the month at the Long Beach Veterans Stadium. According to the homepage of the Long Beach antique market, the flea market has about 800 sellers. Each vendor has their own booth setup with unique antiques such as clothes, plants, cameras, furniture and home goods. Rachel Vrbka started as a...
Last year ASB conducted several surveys to see how many students at LBCC are smokers and to decide whether they should remove or relocate the smoking sections on campus. The results of the survey revealed that few students on campus smoke and that the majority would rather relocate the smoking areas than to remove them altogether. This past summer, California...
For the first time, the Fashion Department at LBCC is subscribed to a trend forecasting company that will not only allow students to see future trends but a lot more. WGSN is a trend forecasting company that offers designers fashion forecasting, trend information, archival photos, and sketches and patterns that now students are able to use this Fall 2018 semester. Kimberly...
The cafeteria coffee cart, Nordic Cup, began “Proudly serving Starbucks” at the LAC location in Spring Semester 2018. The coffee stand has been serving items such as brewed coffee, espresso beverages, and bakery items in the past but the new element is that the corporate coffee company has now become the star. The Nordic Cup has been the place...
You’re driving to school, you’re ten minutes early for your 8:45 a.m. class and you think, “I’m gonna be on time for sure.” You get to school and there is no parking. All lots close to school are full and you cannot park in staff parking. Your solution? Park far away from campus and be late for class. Students have...
Long Beach hosted its annual Comicbook Convention on September 8th and 9th from 9:30 am to 5pm. Some Long Beach City College students, along with independent artists and organizations, all gathered at The Long Beach Convention Center to celebrate the world of comics, pop culture and even a little science. Those who  attended the event were treated with many...
RateMyProfessors.com had confirmed via their Twitter account that the chili pepper icon, which indicates the “hotness” of a professor, was removed from their site after dealing with serious criticism from female professors on Thursday, June 28. RateMyProfessors.com is a site that allows college students to rate or comment their professors based on homework assignments, exams, and level of difficulty. Before...
LBCC released an updated version of the Viking logo to be used for the Athletic Department while still featuring the signature viking in the school’s traditional colors of red, white and black. The profile of the LBCC viking will appear on new athletic uniforms but will not replace the traditional logo in place. Maria Morales a student at LBCC said,...
The third annual Job Fair will be hosted by LBCC , The City of Long Beach, Pacific Gateway Workforce Network, and the LA County on Tuesday Sept. 11 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Veterans Stadium at LAC. The event will be open to the the whole community and will include free parking and free entry. A total...

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False fire alarm causes disturbance at PCC

  Story and Photos by Luis Ramirez Fire alarm pranks may not be exclusive to high schools anymore as a fire alarm at PCC went off...