Thursday, May 24, 2018

NEWS

Smoking areas to be relocated by 2019

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...

Malware attack is finally over just in time for summer classes

After over a month of uncertainty about the safety of school servers and personal information, the “cyber incident” that has plagued LBCC in recent weeks is finally over, according to school officials. According to LBCC’s website, all systems are back online and operational, with summer...

Computer and office studies to held their own Major Day

The LBCC Computer and Office Studies department is holding their COS Major Day on May 18 from 11:00 a.m. at 2:00 p.m. to inform students about career opportunities in the Computer and Office studies field. This is the 2nd year that the COS department has...

Cats are the new rabbits

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...

ASB secretary to take on the role as President

  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...

ASB elections encourages students to vote

  ASB elections are here Tuesday, April 24, come vote and get free snacks at the quad in LBCC and meet the current ASB president Javier Salcedo  is transferring to CSULB. Garrett Flowers, 25, a philosophy major said he was walking to class and he saw...

LBCC Board of Trustees react to Area 1 Election

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...

Malware culprit behind chaos on LBCC’s network

After nearly a week of uncertainty about the status of the systems outage at LBCC, it has been determined that the servers on campus have been infected with cryptocurrency-mining malware, according to LBCC’s Chief Information Systems Officer Sylvia Lynch. Lynch informed in a meeting on...

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