Friday, October 19, 2018
English majors and professors gather for a poetry open mic outside the P building at LAC on Oct. 4 at noon. The English department usually meet up every Thursday once a month at noon,  so students have the opportunity to share their poetry. They usually meet inside the P building but the English department's room is being renovated so the...
The new art exhibition, “Complement” is being held in the K building and is open until Oct. 25. This art exhibition is completely constructed by adjunct faculty members. Adjunct faculty members are part time professors that work in multiple colleges. The show is organized under the direction of Trevor Norris. “This art exhibition is for everyone, students on campus, local...
Crime, mystery, and a story that gets more scandalous by the minute, “Rumors” is a fun-for-all comedy production ready to entertain all who step through the doors on opening night. “Rumors” by Neil Simon first ran at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, Calif. on Sept. 22, 1988. It was Simon’s first farce play and will be a first...
Since Los Angeles is taking steps to ban fur, LBCC students think Long Beach should do it as well. Los Angeles would be the first major city to ban businesses from selling fur products but it is not the first city in California to do so. Cities like San Francisco, West Hollywood, and Berkeley already have made an effort to stop...
Student musicians gathered at the G building at LAC on Sept. 28, to rehearse for their percussion ensemble class. The rehearsal lasted three hours and included several students performing various musical movements, all on percussion instruments. Professor Gary Heaton-Smith led the ensemble by using a Doumbek to help the students keep the rhythm. "The class is for beginners and new musicians,"...
After leaving the pageant world for some time, an LBCC biological science major is here to take back her crown. At the age of four, Blanca Castaneda participated in her first pageant and continued doing so for the next two to three years. Deciding to focus on other activities, Castaneda took a long break from the glitz and glamour....
Planetarium Night returns at LBCC as “Pluto and the Kuiper Belt,” on Sept. 28 in the D building room 326 at the LAC. The event was free and open to LBCC students and faculty and allowed the audience to explore the night sky and virtually travel through the solar system with a 35 foot diameter hemispherical dome. Astronomy professor Amy...
LBCC’s radio and television section has two radio stations that the RTV department is proud of while the TV program offers students a variety of options and hands-on training necessary to build a career in the media industry.   The two radio stations KCTY and KLBC of LBCC are among one of the only radio programmings in California Colleges that...
The Long Beach City College nursing program gives wide career opportunities to those who want to become nurses after graduation. The nursing program at LBCC is well known for educating and preparing students for the medical field. According to the LBCC nursing website, the program “prepares students for a well-paid career in high demand as registered nurses (RN) or licensed...
Students gathered for an opportunity to observe the moon and other planets hosted by the department of physical science on Sept. 14.  According to physics professor Benjamin Jose, witnessing the moon, Saturn, Jupiter, and Venus in one night is a rare opportunity. “It only happens once every few years,” said professor Jose. Students got to use a 14-inch Schmidt...

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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...