LACCD to hold a Virtual Recognition Ceremony

Jose Quevedo Reporter Since COVID-19 shutdown in-person classes and any form of large gatherings. Los Angeles Community College District officials confirmed early on that a commencement of some sort would still take place. The district now confirmed a Virtual Recognition Ceremony will be held.  The virtual ceremony will replace the traditional ceremony for all nine... Continue Reading →

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Zoom update required

Jose Quevedo Reporter Since the Los Angeles Community College announced that most classes would be moved to online learning. Students have been using the app Zoom which allows video call meetings to keep some sort of a traditional learning environment. Most classes have been meeting  through Zoom. Zoom announced that after May 30, Zoom Update... Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: Personal quarantine commentary

Jose Quevedo Sports Editor Photo via Flickr user: musicalwds Remember after a long shift at work, you couldn’t wait to go home and kick back and relax. With the majority of people being stuck in quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people now can’t wait to go outside. Protest around the United States calling for... Continue Reading →

The “Mini” Adventures of MedEvil Man

The Stolen Prize- Part One All is well at this makeshift enemy base, until an intruder comes in to claim back a stolen prize. The optimistic, brave knight: Linus has come to stir up some trouble at an enemy base! Created and Written by Jesus Rodriguez

Deadline to drop classes approaches

Jose Quevedo Reporter The last day for Los Angeles Harbor College students to withdraw from classes is approaching fast. The deadline is Sunday, May 10.  Students will automatically have their withdrawal (W) converted to an excusable withdrawal (EW). This is due to all classes moving to remote learning environments due to the coronavirus pandemic. The... Continue Reading →

Top 10 MLB Starting Pitchers 2020

Jose Quevedo Sports Editor Photos via Flickr, users Charles Edward Miller, Lorie Shaull, slgckgc While due to the COVID-19 pandemic, baseball and other sports have been put on delay for the foreseeable future. Much anticipation was brewed coming into the 2020 MLB season. Baseball and health officials continue to discuss plans for a 2020 season.... Continue Reading →

Goodbye Japan

Jasmyne Mendoza Shigeko Bennett was born in Shiga-Ken in 1929 she is now 91 years old, she came to America almost 80 years ago seeking financial stability and safety. Shigeko was very poor in Japan and there were also rumors of a war starting with the Americans. “I made a decision to pack up only... Continue Reading →

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