Chargers and panels: LBCC campus receives an eco-friendly reboot

Chargers and panels: LBCC campus receives an eco-friendly reboot

By Brianna Rubio, Ricardo Garcia, Evie Der Manouel, and Caitlin Henderson

August 3, 2017


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As part of a renovation process, Long Beach City College recently placed five charging stations around campus to encourage cleaner commutes to class. “The solar charging station is used to charge your cars and some students started using them over the summer,” Andrew Kellog, student aide, said....

Former journalism professor shares insights with high school students

Former journalism professor shares insights with high school students

By Paul Yoo, Alexis Rodriguez Mejia, Evie DerManouel, and Kasandra Tapia

August 2, 2017


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Professor gives opinion on citizens’ perspectives on cops

Professor gives opinion on citizens’ perspectives on cops

August 2, 2016


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Due to the increasing hostility between the police and citizens, along with the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Professor of Administration at Long Beach  City College, Grant Boyer, gives his opinion on the controversy surrounding this movement. "Your perspective is your reality", Boyer said. After  working...

Former cop sheds light on political issues

Former cop sheds light on political issues

August 2, 2016


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Former Long Beach Police Officer and Vietnam Veteran Grant Boyer spoke to a group of young journalists at Long Beach City College today. Although the high school journalists are young, they quickly challenged Boyer on today’s hard-hitting problems. When first asked about racial issues in po...

Retired Police Officer Visits Aspiring Journalists

Retired Police Officer Visits Aspiring Journalists

By Kammie George

August 2, 2016


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Former detective Grant Boyer came to talk to a group of aspiring journalists at the newspapers2 camp on the Long Beach City College campus. He is a retired police officer of 30 years, and a professor at Cal State Long Beach of Administration of Justice. He touched on topics relating to police and media...

Retired police officer, Grant Boyer, thinks “All Lives Matter”

August 2, 2016


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The “Black Lives Matter” movement has stemmed from the rising anger of the public towards the police. The recent police brutality on the public has been easily shown through social media. Since the development of social media, it has heightened the crisis between the public and police, because of...

Grant Boyer speaks on importance of media in police and community relations

Grant Boyer speaks on importance of media in police and community relations

By Lindsay Filgas

August 2, 2016


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High school journalists from across California gathered at the Newspapers 2 conference to hear about the role media plays in the public's view of the police from retired police officer, Grant Boyer. According to Boyer, there are three types of people - those who love the police, those who hate th...

Retired officer Grant Boyer on the police and the community

Retired officer Grant Boyer on the police and the community

By Tommy Lee

August 2, 2016


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Retired police officer Grant Boyer spoke to aspiring journalists on the critical role journalists play in the relationship between the police and the community. Boyer, now a professor at Long Beach City College, also addressed the negative public image police officers have across the country in light...

Should Marijuana be Legalized?

By Dennis Krasnay, Ava LeWinter, and Francisco Cardoso

August 4, 2015


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We took a poll with 25 people and got these results: 17 yes 6 no 2 don't know / don't care

Self Support

By Brent Frederisy

August 7, 2014


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One of the toughest obstacles in Karen Robes Meeks’ journalistic career was not a difficult assignment, uncooperative sources, nor any conflicts of interest –it was her own family. Karen Robes Meeks, trade and transportation reporter for Long Beach Press-Telegram, caused a schism in her family by...

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