Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Long Beach City College students from the Future Teachers Club (FTC) celebrated teacher appreciation day with a thank you card campaign with fellow students for their LBCC professors. The club advisor, Megan Kaplinsky, explained how the club wants to give credit to whom credit is due. “I believe that teachers can...
Mathematics is more than a job for math success coordinator Sundee Dominguez, it is also a way to rise up and out of poverty. “I grew up poor, we lived in a single apartment. I was like, this isn’t how I wanna live,” Dominguez said, “It wasn’t a question for me, I knew...
The student population at Long Beach City College has those who can envision themselves going into the educational field while others are unsure if teaching is something they should consider for their future. During the Fall 2019 semester, the Faculty Assisting Mentoring Program will allow students the opportunity to explore options in educational careers...
The Long Beach City College Viking Chorale is set to perform “Gloria” by Antonio Vivaldi as part of a joint performance with the California State University Dominguez Hills Chamber Choir, they will be performing the “Cantata #11”, which is part of the Ascension Oratorio by Johann Sebastian Bach. The performance will take place on...
Money management, and financial stability, were some of the many things instructional specialist Grecia Iniguez discussed during a financial management workshop held on April 23.   The three-part workshop took place at LAC, and offered three different areas in which students can gain more knowledge on saving and budgeting, credit cards, credit and loans,...
Star Wars day at Long Beach City College was not spent by watching the movies, but by students and faculty lining up for a 5K run and walk, to support a fundraiser for the Viking Closet. The John Fylpaa Leadership Institute presented the fundraiser that was held at Veterans Stadium, to help students at...
LBCC’s Spring Dance Ensemble featured student dancers and two student choreographers debuting their emotional work at the Furjanak Sandberg Auditorium in Long Beach this past weekend. The opening number, Tuvanian Rap Dance, exhibited great spatial awareness from dancers as they weaved in and out of lines creating constant movement throughout the upbeat dance.
Free breakfast was given to Long Beach City College students on April 2, the Healthy Viking Initiative’s Better Breakfast Day was from 9 to 11 a.m. at the E Quad on the Liberal Arts Campus. Students were able to pick from an assortment of quiches, bagels, croissants, fruit, and water.
Straw rockets, zip-line challenges, and Ozobots were just a few of the many attractions that Long Beach City College and Shared Sciences put together for families on April 7 at LAC. Many organizations like Momentum Robotics, Pikatech Robotics, and even the Environmental Science Bureau put together small learning stations to teach the families...
With spring break having come to LBCC, students around campus shared what their plans are while having a week off from classes. Many students at LAC intend on making good use of their time off during the break and aim to enjoy what culture Los Angeles has to offer. One...

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Video: LBCC comes back to defeat Santa Barbara in extra sets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wphdRZrbWAE&feature=youtu.be Long Beach City College won their fifth game in a row against visitor Santa Barbara, 3-2...