Saturday, April 20, 2019
LBCC welcomed high school students to Viking Preview Day, a day in which was dedicated to present LBCC to students through club stands, resource/informational booths, live stage performances, and a live DJ at LAC on April 3 and 4. The event was held on both days since each day was divided to focus on...
Administration, faculty, and staff gathered on the south side of Building D to celebrate the end to renovations of the science building with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a tour of the new facilities. The ceremony took place on April 4 and concluded a multi-year project that started with planning back in July 2015, with...
Long Beach City College’s board of trustees meeting covered spotlight athletes, a proposal for student communications, community workforce relationships, citywide equity, the latest campus safety report and continued employee contract, on March 27 at LAC. The meeting began with sophomore basketball player, Jeremiah Sadler and freshman swimmer, Karissa Qualley being recognized as Viking Spotlight...
A diverse crowd, big enough to fill up both Grand Park and the steps to the Los Angeles City Hall consisted of people who decided to show up based on different personal reasoning. The rally was open to people of all ages, emotional support animals, and also provided ada assistance.
Correction: An earlier version of this article had incorrect information and had descriptors taken out. The article previously had the incorrect department that showed up. The descriptors 'aggressor' and 'older' was taken out because the previous description can misinterpreted. The numbers 911 was also corrected. LBCC student Angel Gonzalez was aggressively confronted by...
Correction: A previous version of this article had a title that was not accurate. While the CARE program is only available to student parents who are single, the other programs are available for all student parents to apply for. LBCC provides vital resources to its student parent population such as school supplies, gas cards,...
Sen. Bernie Sanders held his presidential campaign rally on March 23 at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles, to campaign for his run for presidential office in 2020. The area was packed with thousands of people who showed up to voice their support by wearing blue shirts and throwing up their ‘Bernie 2020’ posters....
Correction - An earlier version of this article had incorrect information. According to a statement from Lt. Omar Martinez, the victim was convinced to enter the suspects' vehicle, but based on the information Martinez has, this is not being considered a kidnapping at this time. Additional information has also been added to the article indicating the...
U.S Congressman Alan Lowenthal, who represents Long Beach in California’s 47th District, spoke at the Bluff Park Neighborhood Association Town Hall meeting in Long Beach on March 18. The Congressman discussed a variety of issues during the meeting including climate change, construction in Long Beach, and State Assembly Bill AB-302, which would allow...
Long Beach City College faculty does not reflect the racial demographics of its students; faculty is more than 60% white and student body is 80% people of color. There are several contributing factors to the racial gap, including existing full time faculty are predominantly white and many of them are tenured, so their positions...