Tuesday, September 25, 2018
There is a new way to travel and Long Beach City College students aren’t aware about it. In the month of July, The City of Long Beach launched their pilot scooter share program where residents are able to rent scooters for the day. According to the Press Telegram, Long Beach residents have three free rides with a maximum of...
         Long Beach City College’s scholarship applications are available for students who want to apply and gain money while attending educational institutions in the Fall 2019 through Spring 2020.           The LBCC Scholarship Office offers application workshops during the months of September, October and November. The month of September offers four workshops located in the LAC and...
The Financial aid delays have left students waiting outside in front of the financial aid office uninformed when they will receive their money in the first couple weeks of the fall semester. Moe’nae Bryant, a nursing major said, “I’ve been standing in line multiple times for them to tell me the same thing when I get up there.” Bryant also...
One of the biggest challenges to running a school the size of LBCC is pest control. There have been two instances of exterminators coming onto LBCC already this semester. They responded to take care of a single bed bug in one room in EE Building at PCC and mice in the vents in the N Building at LAC.   The...
On Wednesday, August 29 the California fast food restaurant caused a controversy when the freelance journalist Gabe Schneider discovered that the In-N-Out corporation donated 25,000 dollars to the California Republican Party. In 2016, the corporation In-N-Out donated 30,000 dollars. California is known as a Democrat state. Citizens of California who are democrats started to boycott In-N-Out. There is a...
LBCC celebrated the opening of the Welcome Center at LAC. The head of the organization, DeWayne Sheaffer, cut the ribbon to open the Welcome Center that was located in front of the campus on Thursday, Sept. 6.   Sheaffer’s role in the organization is to keep the Welcome Center working and keeping it staffed as much as possible. He is responsible...
Former President Barack Obama appeared at his first rally this political season to advocate for seven California Democratic Congressional candidates at the Anaheim Convention Center on Saturday, Sept. 8. The invitation-only rally took place with the message of reminding people to get motivated and vote in the upcoming elections in November. The rally also promoted the ideas for candidates to reach...
Disneyland has been facing protests from union workers regarding wages since last year. The Walt Disney Company came to an agreement to increase their workers minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2021. The company was paying some workers less than $11 an hour. This upset many workers causing unions to form protests and ask the company for an...
August 30, 2018 The Long Beach City College Associated Student Body was promoting position applications for students who are interested to be a part of the 2018-2019 candidacy. ASB has eight open positions for applicants. The due date to apply is Thursday, September 6, 2018 by midnight online, or in-person by 5 p.m. The contact person is Advisor Teila Robertson located...
  Story and Photos by Luis Ramirez Fire alarm pranks may not be exclusive to high schools anymore as a fire alarm at PCC went off and caused a brief moment of mayhem on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. Police officers, and firefighters came to the scene and all confirmed that it was a likely a false alarm and a prank. The long lines...