Friday, November 16, 2018
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...
The altar, dedicated to 15-year-old Genevieve Vargas, who committed suicide two weeks before the event, was decorated with photos of her, candles, and bright flowers at Día de los Muertos hosted at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Oct. 27. “This day didn’t really mean anything before, we celebrated Halloween and it was always a big deal for us but we...
The Los Angeles Food Bank held another Calfresh Sign-Up in the quad by building E on Oct. 25, to help provide for low-income students by putting healthy food on their table. The food bank had previously held sign-ups in early October for students and received 20 signups at both LAC and PCC, with the goal being to reach 75 for...
Prospective LBCC transfer students gathered in the LAC quad for the University Transfer Fair on Tuesday. All around the quad, four-year universities had set up booths to inform students about deadline applications, scholarships, and what the university system has to offer. LBCC has hosted a University Transfer Fair each semester for prospective transfer students to learn more about the various...
LBCC students pose for portraits at the LAC quad on Halloween 2018.
The celebration of Día de los Muertos was brought to LBCC on Thursday, as the culture and tradition were explored in a lecture sponsored by the Foreign Language Department. Guest speaker Gregorio Luke, the former Director of the Museum of Latin American Arts, explained the traditions of Días de los Muertos including placing the deceased favorite drinks, food, and items...
The Fashion Network Club is an organization for fashion design majors to have an awareness of the upcoming events and opportunities that are coming up in their industry. President Becky Annella, who was also elected the last term, won first place in senior collection in the thirty-eighth LBCC Fashion Show. “It benefits students by getting them involved in the fashion program...
The students in the English Majors and Minors club hosted their monthly poetry open mic on Thursday, Oct. 25, outside the M building, except this time around it was Halloween themed. With the current widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the #MeTooMovement, club member M.C. Rebecca Rose recited an original poem titled “To Be Beautiful,” which is...

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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...