Sunday, August 19, 2018
Learning how to keep the brain healthy has become one of many informal presentations senior citizens attend at the Lifetime Learning Center for free in the series on aging issues in QQ 122 on Mondays from March 12 - May 7. Charles Wilcox represents the Alzheimer’s Association of greater Los Angeles and has been a volunteer for 26 years. Wilcox gave...
To begin the LBCC Foreign Film Festival, a Gay Greatness lecture was presented in T1200 at the LAC on Thursday, April 19. The lecture was given by Gregorio Luke, an expert on Mexican and Latin American arts, first secretary of the embassy of Mexico in Washington D.C. and former director of the Museum of Latin American Art. Luke’s mother, a choreographer,...
The LBCC fashion show production class is in the works to put on this year’s fashion show themed “The Wonderland Mad Fashion Show.” Wonderland Mad will take place on Saturday, May 26, starting at 7:30 p.m. and will be located in the gym at the LAC. The designers and stylists have come together to create garment pieces for each specific...
    Teens N Twenties(TNT)Club The Teens n’ Twenties club was established the year 1945 at LBCC and seventy-three years later, the group plans on to continue growing, not just lifetime friendships, but bringing in students to help enhance their leadership, confidence, time management skills and serving others. Club TNT is a women’s social service club that strive to serve their...
The PCC campus has a horticulture garden where a Horticulture program is offered to students so they can get hands-on experience of working in this type of industry.  Living inside of this garden are 5 female chickens.The enclosure for the chickens is pretty spacious so the chickens have lots of room to run around. Jorge Ochoa, Associate Professor of...
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https://youtu.be/Tj7WuzWutTg Popscicles and ice cream sandwiches were being handed out to everybody on Feb. 14 at the LAC.
Using the style and clothing of the 1980s to set a 17th century play may seem odd to some. But by transporting William Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night from a bygone era to a relatively modern times, LBCC’s Performing Arts department accomplishes what some consider impossible: It made Shakespeare entertaining. Below are pictures documenting preparations for one of the final performances in LBCC’s auditorium, before an...
  Story By Karen Ramirez and Maila Bringas Queer Space club, the LGBTQ on-campus support group, and the LBCC Board of Trustees participated in the 35th annual pride parade along with other organizations and  participants on Sunday, May 20. Rainbow flags were flown all across Ocean boulevard with sayings “Make America Gay Again”. Flamboyant drag queens walking in high stilettos and full...
LBCC held Join-A-Club Day on February 15 at LAC in the E-Quad and at PCC on the lawn on February 21 between 10-2pm. Students are encouraged to attend and discover new clubs and organizations at LBCC and meet student leaders as over 60 clubs will be represented and will offer free food, giveaways and music throughout the day. The clubs represented...
A child development and educational studies professor took part in the library Book Talk Series to recount her story of surviving and thriving in the wake of child sexual abuse in her book Can’t Touch my Soul. The author, Donna Rafanello, of Can’t Touch my Soul does not only write about her story, but includes sixty personal stories of adult...

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