Monday, March 18, 2019
SouLocust had the crowd dancing with their mixture of rock, funk, and blues music on Thursday night as they performed at the DiPiazza Restaurant and Lounge. The band made their first performance at a local the Long Beach restaurant, and gave the audience a chance to buy their newly released CD.
The Salem witch trials, treachery, deceit, religion, emotion, guilt and death are some of the notable components found in the stage play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, written in 1953. The Long Beach City College Performing Arts Department will be performing their rendition of the play, which is scheduled to premiere on March 14...
Fresh fruit, quiches, croissants, and waters had LBCC students lined up for the first Better Breakfast Day of the spring 2019 semester put on by the Healthy Viking Initiative, on Mar. 5. Director of Student Health Services & Student Life Deborah Miller-Calvert  was serving students in front of the Student Union.
The Culinary Arts department at Long Beach City College has a bakery and bistro that is now open to the public with a selection of pastries and three course meals to choose from.   The bakery and bistro is being run by students who are in the Culinary Arts department, to help prepare them...
Student wins $150 after he was the only one to show up at a free math contest held by the Long Beach City College Math Success Center. The math organization AMATYC held a math contest located in the V-building on Friday, March 1, where the top five student placements received prizes.
The traveling Black History museum, Forgotten Images, educated students during Black History Month with exhibits of black americana and a “What it means to be black” panel in the student lounge of LAC. The museum showcased unique facts on the history of blacks in America from the very beginning.
Career Technical Education Programs gathered at LAC for CTE Career Connection Day on Feb. 27. The event started at 11 a.m and ended at 1 p.m. at the E quad, up to 11 programs showed up. “The event is to celebrate CTE programs, we have programs from welding, Automotive, to...
Correction: An earlier version of this story had the incorrect photos attached and have been removed Long Beach City College had its first “Rise: A celebration of Black Heritage” event held on Thursday Feb. 21 in honor of celebrating the black community and all its accomplishments. The event took place...
Vikings gathered for some exciting and inclusive activities the clubs put together to welcome new and concurrent students for Join a Club Day on Thursday, Feb. 21st. It was a lively and upbeat atmosphere out on the quad at LAC, perfect for making connections that last all semester, depending on the club of your...
European Studies Association Program director Tom Blair and Long Beach City College professor Charlotte Jackson, speakers for the study abroad program, have an informational meeting at the LAC on Feb. 12 from 1- 2 p.m. in room P-113 for the study abroad that will take place in Paris. Study abroad in Paris will run...

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The Amber Rose’s 4th Annual SlutWalk makes it appearance in Downtown Los Angeles at the Pershing Square on Saturday. Amber Rose is known as an...