Tuesday, May 21, 2019
The Culinary Arts department at Long Beach City College has a bakery and bistro that is now open to the public with a selection of pastries and three course meals to choose from.   The bakery and bistro is being run by students who are in the Culinary Arts department, to help prepare them...
Student wins $150 after he was the only one to show up at a free math contest held by the Long Beach City College Math Success Center. The math organization AMATYC held a math contest located in the V-building on Friday, March 1, where the top five student placements received prizes.
Bagels with cream cheese, fruits and beverages were given out to students who stopped by the Better Breakfast Day booth at the PCC quad on Oct. 30. Healthy Viking Initiative, a program organized by Student Affairs, had a small event where students could come by and get a quick, free breakfast snack. “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day...
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 Viking Mental Health Workshop “Laughter Is Healthy” went into great depths on the importance of laughter in everyday life for students and was held Oct. 10 at PCC. The Viking Mental Health Workshops are held every week switching between the different campuses while also having different lessons to be taught.   The workshop featured many different activities and group friendly...
Long Beach City College hosted an ice cream social event with the police department, Long Beach police department airport K9, and motor officers who gave free ice cream at LAC in the E Quad on Thursday. Associated Student Body (ASB) sponsored and organized the event in order to promote social interaction between the police and students. Students had the opportunity to...
RateMyProfessors.com had confirmed via their Twitter account that the chili pepper icon, which indicates the “hotness” of a professor, was removed from their site after dealing with serious criticism from female professors on Thursday, June 28. RateMyProfessors.com is a site that allows college students to rate or comment their professors based on homework assignments, exams, and level of difficulty. Before...
The Plumbline Art Exhibit is showing in the Art Gallery in the LAC K Building and is scheduled to be open until Thursday, March 8. The collection has been curated by LBCC art professor and head of jewelry-smithing Kirsten Beeler. One of the goals of the exhibit is to introduce viewers to the idea of contemporary art jewelry in...
For the first time, the Fashion Department at LBCC is subscribed to a trend forecasting company that will not only allow students to see future trends but a lot more. WGSN is a trend forecasting company that offers designers fashion forecasting, trend information, archival photos, and sketches and patterns that now students are able to use this Fall 2018 semester. Kimberly...
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...

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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...