Thursday, May 24, 2018
Concern continues to loom over student and faculty about of LBCC’s system wide technical issue. On April 12, another text notification was sent on 9:55am about the progress made, though major systems are still not functioning including faculty and staff emails. Internal system are also affecting the PCC air conditioning system and have been down recently, causing uncomfortable room environments. The updates...
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...
Unforeseen circumstances can happen to all of us, even Veterans. A free mental health legal clinic held by Mental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS), will occur every Wednesday from 10 AM, to 2 PM. in the Veterans center in the E Building At LAC. Students can show up to attend this clinic Headed by Vanessa Lim. This program can assist students...
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...
Schools in Long Beach participated in the National School Walkout on Wednesday, March 14. The walkout was organized to express support to those affected in the Parkland Shooting in Florida. The walkout was also a protest to give attention about gun safety laws.
Professors are a large part of Long Beach City College, and good professors help the student experience along. The John And Suanne Roueche Excellence Awards recognizes outstanding teachers. These professors create an excellent learning environment and are great leaders in their community. A few teachers such as Professor Nicole Glick, Professor Michelle Grimes-Hillman, Professor Jennifer Holmgren, and Professor Margie...
The Deaf Club has relaunched with a mission to gain additional services and support at LBCC. The club was founded in 2011, but did not survive one year. This Fall, the club, one of over 50 at the LAC, was restarted again with members’ goal to open discussion to the administration about not receiving equal access on information and services...
LBCC is looking to regulate and relocate designated smoking areas on both campuses by 2019. The Associated Student Body has been trying to steer away from the everyday event planning of student activities and be more involved with the student body by conducting surveys on what should and or can be changed on campus and the majority of students’ views...
  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...

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