Monday, March 18, 2019
You’re driving to school, you’re ten minutes early for your 8:45 a.m. class and you think, “I’m gonna be on time for sure.” You get to school and there is no parking. All lots close to school are full and you cannot park in staff parking. Your solution? Park far away from campus and be late for class. Students have...
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...
Fresh fruit, quiches, croissants, and waters had LBCC students lined up for the first Better Breakfast Day of the spring 2019 semester put on by the Healthy Viking Initiative, on Mar. 5. Director of Student Health Services & Student Life Deborah Miller-Calvert  was serving students in front of the Student Union.
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...
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...
The Environmental Action Movement Club had its “Bring a Bag, Take a Bag” clothing swap to spread awareness of how fast fashion affects the environment in the  A quad on Monday. Perry Lorn, an LBCC student whose role is club treasurer, helped in the event. “We want to spread awareness on fast fashion and how it affects the garbage in...
Although the fashion department is not having its biennial Fashion Show this semester at LBCC, they are still having many equally exciting events coming up this fall. The fashion department is having many events this semester from scholarships and helping students find their style. The fashion department now has been able to subscribe to WGSN which is the world’s best...
Stephen Bowles has served 24 years on the Seal Beach Police Department, and during those years he has served as a police officer, sergeant, detective, internal affairs, public information, and training. In July, Bowles received a call from President Reagan Romali about his hall of fame introduction and was very honored. “Absolutely humbled by even the consideration, and even...
The City of Long Beach hosted the annual Long Beach Comic Expo on Feb. 16-17 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center. Cosplayers, exhibitors, artists, and former LBCC students attended the two day event. Former LBCC students, Eric Coffman and Shannon Howe,...
With the 5-year anniversary of the tragic airplane crash and death of LBCC graduate Jenni Rivera approaching, students remember what an impact she made for them. Michelle Ruiz, 21, a communications major, said Wednesday, Dec. 6, “If she can do it, I can do it too. I see her as a role model. She wasn’t a model, but she was...

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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...