Wednesday, July 18, 2018
The Academic Affairs Office is working hard to adapt to the fast changes here at LBCC With the growing number in enrolled students comes different passions and goals and requirements. One of the ways is by devoting three Flex Days in the school year to work with teachers, provide workshops and promote professionalism throughout the school. The Academic Office...
LBCC’s student and faculty management system is currently down as of the morning of April 10. Due to the systems being shut down, some classes are being canceled and students are questioning why they can’t communicate with their teachers.   An official alert system SMS was sent out to faculty around 10am today  stating there were system-wide problems with the email...
  Current ASB secretary Juan Paolo Canteras won the ASB president seat for the school year of 2018-2019.  Juan Paolo Canteras won ASB president with 293 votes, Amber F. Sollenberger won ASB secretary 307 votes, Nash Neyra won ASB treasurer with 313 votes, Donell Jones won student trustee with 208 votes, Tam Nguyen won PCC vice-president, and Jaren Leary won LAC vice president. Donnell...
Featured photo of LBCC'S LAC  On the evening of March 4, Cypress College students have received a text message and an email stating that morning classes will be cancelled on March 5 due to a threat on the campus. Director of Communications Marc Posner has sent an email to all employees and students as the police have received information about violence...
Only a single election is held for the Long Beach City College Board of Trustees on April 10 to represent the District’s Area 1, which is covers around California Heights up to Northern Long Beach. Jeffrey A. Kellogg is the incumbent, taking office since 2002 and continued his duties as president on an unprecedented fifth term. Kellogg had previously served Long...
The #MeToo movement has produced worldwide attention after a spotlight has been brought to executives and world leaders under fire after accusations of sexual harassment and assault. Johnny Smith, 20, an aerospace engineering major, said Tuesday, Nov. 28, of people who sexually harass, “They think they’re better than the people they’re harassing. It’s all power.” Noemi Rodriguez, 20, a nursing major,...
Recent complaints from students about the smell of urine near the Journalism building and cafeteria at LAC have reopened the conversation regarding the feral cat population at both LBCC campuses. On one side stands many school administrators stating that student safety is the highest priority, and that the cats present a health risk to students. Namely the aforementioned urine...
In response to the Feb. 14 shooting in Parkland, Fl., a national school walkout is scheduled for tomorrow, March 14 at 10 A.M. The walkout is intended to honor the 17 victims from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. The walkout is also aimed to achieve gun reform, stronger background checks, and banning Bump Stocks. ASB President Javier Salcedo said “We support students...
It’s been two days that the system-wide internal shutdown is still being fixed. There has been worry and confusion with students and faculties, the frustration just keep adding up. A short noticed has been made by the school website of the issue, stating that it Instructional and IT services are currently working to fix the problems as soon as possible. It...
Superintended-President Reagan Romali had her first State of the College Address speech on Friday, Feb. 2 at the LAC Hall of Champions gymnasium. In 2017, LBCC also celebrated its 90th anniversary, having been established since the fall of 1927. Among the attendees included, President board of trustees Jeff Kellogg and many sponsors that have helped the college. Attending his second state of...

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