Sunday, August 19, 2018
A meeting was held in the Administrative Offices about the concern of LBCC’s system-wide technical issue on April 12. Superintendent-President Reagan Romali has clarified that the most accurate information received as of today and the future is coming directly from the IT Services who are constantly working to fix the problem. IT Services are also working with the police to monitor,...
Students at LBCC expressed their thoughts on the pros and cons of academic counseling as the Spring quarter takes off. “I see a lot of students dropping classes and signing for classes they don’t need. As a result, they make it harder for students to complete their major,” said 34 year old nursing major Jesse Gonzalez on the first...
The results of April 11 election, commenced new leadership as part-time engineering professor at CSULB Uduak-Joe Ntuk beat longest tenured Trustee Jeff Kellogg in the LBCC Board of Trustees Area 1 election. After the election defeat members of the board and students react as Kellogg will be exiting in July after 16 years of serving on the board. Jorgel Chavez, Student...
The LBCC Justice Scholars aimed to change perceptions and break social barriers with their “Art Exhibit Fundraiser” gallery Monday, March 18 in room GG238 at the PCC, showcasing art by formerly incarcerated and systems-impacted students. Psychology major Darla David said, “I can finally be in my kid’s life and  I want her to know, even with everything we’ve been through,...
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...
Normally that startling statement would lead you to think of a violent act. Not this time, it’s the unofficial results of Tuesday,s LBCC BOT Area 1 election, where Incumbent Trustee Jeff Kellogg may have been unseated by part-time CSULB engineering professor, Uduak-Joe Ntuk. By 11:30, the LA County Registrar-Recorder’s office was reporting the results for 30 out of 45 precincts,...
The 2018 LBCC Commencement Ceremony went off without a hitch as LBCC honored over 1,400 spring graduates, 600 Fall graduates and an additional 300 career certifications at the Veterans Stadium on Thursday, June 7. The ceremony started a little after 4:00 p.m. with the faculty filling into the seats flanking the stage and then the graduates marched in dual columns...
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...
Trump’s conservative suggestion stirs debate on campus, with some agreeing and some opposed. LBCC students, teachers and the police are talking about what they thought of President Trump’s suggestion about teachers being able to conceal and carry a firearm, during school hours. Jose Hereora, 21, a computer engineering major, said “Teachers with military and firearms experience should be able to conceal...

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