Sunday, February 25, 2018
Eight Students have been named the best of the best at LBCC and earned the Viking Award on Monday, Dec. 4.The college is honoring the students as the highest honor a student can receive at the college. Khristina Mae Aganon, Karlie M. Beamon-Ware, Kimberly Helen Cabana, Darlene Duong, Anny Ley, Felicia R. McCormick, Vanessa Mendoza, and Clara Ure were selected...
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,...
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...
One of the most pressing concerns for any incoming student and their parents is the issue of safety and security at both campuses of LBCC. An impromptu inquiry was made to several students and these ideas appeared more than once. Stephanie Gomez, 18, a freshman at LBCC was quick to make the point when asked what her biggest concern...
Despite foul trouble throughout the entire game, the Vikings’ men’s basketball team were able to execute key plays down the stretch to secure a 80-74 win over the Palomar Comets Wednesday, February 21, 2018, advancing to the next round of the CCCAA playoffs. Fouls became an issue early for the Vikings, forcing key players to the bench and sending the...
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...
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...
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...
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...

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