LBCC Students Take on Financial Challenges

LBCC Students Take on Financial Challenges

By Crystal Sung, Esmeralda Rivera, Jessie Ortiz, Savannah Blagen, Sahar Alfatlawi, and Ali Ansari

August 2, 2018


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Resting on a bench in the center of the Long Beach City College campus after an appointment with his counselor, sophomore Christian Sedano displays a wrinkled sheet of lined paper on which he listed the jobs he had failed to land. “I applied to 26 jobs, I got rejection calls from four companies, I...

Emphasizing Forms of Expression at Long Beach City College

Emphasizing Forms of Expression at Long Beach City College

By Yuna Baek, Mina Choi, Wendy Diaz, Caroline Herling, and Dylan Vanek

August 2, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Featured A&E, Features, Student Life, Top Stories

Walking around the liberal arts campus of Long Beach City College, students can observe various activities all around them, one being the visual and media arts department. This department allows many individuals to express themselves in different forms of arts, but is seen to be often underappreciat...

Long Beach City College: Stepping Stones for Students

Long Beach City College: Stepping Stones for Students

By Alejandro Cervantes, Steve Pineda, Emma Faris, Jessica Zhou, Cira Davis, Paige Elliot, Editorial Team

August 2, 2018


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Graduates of Long Beach City College (LBCC) filled the admissions office to acquire their diplomas and begin the next chapter of their lives, all with their own unique memories from their time at the school. Many students -- their career paths spanning from liberal arts to computer science -- felt t...

The Invisible Rabbits

The Invisible Rabbits

By Rebecca Guererro, Seth Freitas, Paige Townsend, Manny Negrete, and Madison Harris-Weiner

August 2, 2018


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Long Beach City College, home of the Vikings, was once also home to an entire clan of rabbits. The tale of the rabbits has taken on the quality of a myth: while most people seem to have heard of them, almost no one seems to have seen them, despite the fact only a few years ago the campus was overrun...

EOPS provides life changing opportunities for student, Steven Navarro

EOPS provides life changing opportunities for student, Steven Navarro

By Christopher Cornejo, Louden Nidy, Adriana Flores, Connor, Natalie Olivares, Editorial Team

August 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Growing up on the east side of Los Angeles, Steven Navarro had a rougher upbringing than most. He has had to fend for himself from a young age, without the support of a family. He did not think that schooling would be an option for him, until one of his friends suggested he visit the Extended Opportunity...

Hey Siri

Hey Siri

By Annie Choi, Halah Biviji, Ryan Golden, and Kasandra Tapia

August 4, 2017


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Siri, how is the weather today? Siri is an intelligent personal assistant, part of Apple Inc.'s iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS operating systems. This virtual helper  translates people’s personal requests into binary commands. However, at Long Beach City College, Siri Connor, one of the two Interim...

The Life of an Internet Surfer

The Life of an Internet Surfer

By Hannnah Woodworth, Alex Reyes, Gabriela Limon, and Berenice Cortez

August 3, 2017


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The spinning wheel of death pops up. The internet surfer is frustrated and loses interest by the second. Mo Wright, a web designer at Long Beach City College, believes in the benefits of the internet and that no one should be intimidated by technology. Wright began his career in web design after working...

From Hiding Behind a Mask to Creating Masks

From Hiding Behind a Mask to Creating Masks

By Lindsay Chong, Braeden Bailey, Ashwin Chona, and Paul Yoo

August 3, 2017


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As Danielle Crowder, 24, sets down her mask and undoes her purple ponytail on a Wednesday afternoon, a resilient and aspiring woman appears. Having been disguised as a drug addict for seven years, Crowder shows her true self— a young woman who loves art and law. Before drugs crippled her career,...

The Beauty in Chaos

The Beauty in Chaos

By Alexis Rodriguez-Mejia, Elizabeth Alvarado, Neitan Mayorga, and Polina Mogilevsky

August 3, 2017


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Art is often thought of as a mere hobby for the creatively inclined. Vivadine Delfs, a freshman at Long Beach City College, has decided that art will be her profession. A lifelong artist, Delfs has created her art through several techniques. An avid doodler, she carries a sketchbook that showcases...

Community College: what are you paying for?

Community College: what are you paying for?

By Maya Chari - Newbury Park High School, Kavita Rai - Newbury park High School, Kate Wasson - Mater Dei High School, Graham Metzker - Long Beach Poly High School, and Connor Schwengel - Woodbridge High School

August 4, 2016


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The three things an incoming college freshman frets about are eating right, sleeping right, and paying right— paying right being the number one concern for most students, especially at Long Beach City College. “I chose LBCC because it’s close to home. And it’s cheaper,” said Dylan Roberts,...

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