Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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...
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...
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,...
Future culinary associates and students gathered Thursday, Nov. 6 for the Culinary Arts Career Fair in LAC. The event was to provide information to instructors and students alike who want to pursue the culinary field and learn more about what they can do about their future in the industry. Jennifer Marquez, 19, was one of the students who attended and majoring...
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...
  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...
Guy Alford III, a former member of the Viking football team, was shot and killed at the drive thru line at Jack In the Box on 52nd Street and Atlantic Boulevard at 12:15 a.m. on Wednesday. Alford played for the LBCC vikings football team for 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons as a safety and was a graduate from Bishop Alemany High...
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 by Sabrina Picou and photo by Alyssa Vega On Saturday, August 25, former Arizona Senator and Vietnam War veteran John McCain died at his home in Arizona at the age of 81. McCain had been battling a brain tumor known as glioblastoma since 2017 and had been treating it with radiation and chemotherapy. The veteran was continuously active in...