Thursday, May 24, 2018
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...
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...
Contrary to how the name may sound, the LBCC Alumni Association is not just for alumni or graduates. If students have taken one class before at LBCC, they are eligible to be a member. “Most students say they didn’t know the LBCC Alumni Association existed until their commencement,” said Jennifer Bourgeois, assistant director of the LBCC Alumni Association. $10...
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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.
Schools in Long Beach participated in the National School Walkout on Wednesday, March 14. The walkout was organized to express support to those affected in the Parkland Shooting in Florida. The walkout was also a protest to give attention about gun safety laws.
It’s a new year, with a fresh start and a brand new opportunity to start over. Yes, the cliche is very true, “A New year, a new me!” LBCC students return from Winter vacation with a bang. Students no longer have headaches over what to buy grandma for Christmas and most importantly, no more having insane crisis over class...
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...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTrlxwdbim0 Chef Pierre Jues talks about the Long Beach City College culinary arts program's student run bakery in the new V building.
KLBC Radio Station and KLBC Radio Club hosted a Pajama Jam fundraiser for homeless students on campus, on Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the LAC Fishbowl. Organizers sold tickets for an opportunity drawing for gift baskets made by the radio students. A blues band, Mighty Mojo, donated a basket with signed vinyls and CD's, as well as a hat and a...

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