Trio Pionett Music Recital at LAHC

By Jocelyn Moguel  The Los Angeles Harbor College music department will be having a free music recital at the Miller Recital Hall at 3 PM on September 22. The Soldier’s Tale by Igor Stravinsky, Pieces for clarinet, viola, piano Op.83 by Max Burch, and Violin Sonata No.2 Op.100 by Johannes Brahms. These three pieces will…

LAHC Transfer Fair on Monday, Sept. 19th!

By Ashley del Rio (Multimedia Editor) Are you confused about how to transfer to your top university? Get all your questions answered on Monday, September 19th at 10am-1pm in the Seahawk Center! Our very own Transfer Center will be hosting a Transfer Fair to inform and assist students with the transferring process. Representatives from UCLA, UCI,…

LAHC Student Updates

By Jocelyn Moguel The Los Angeles Harbor College Financial Aid office, Bookstore, and Counseling Office will be open this Saturday, September 10th from 9 AM until 2 PM. Financial Aid will be giving out numbers at 8 AM and will answer questions from students until 1 PM when they close. Counseling Office will be open…

For a Seahawk

By Romi Anne Grepo Winner of the LAHC Writing Contest We might not know each other personally, but our paths must have crossed at least once on this campus. We might have sat next to each other in English class, or stood in line for the same cashier at the bookstore. I might have asked you…

The winner of the writing contest is…

Harbor students were given the opportunity to write an encouraging essay aimed at motivating their peers to stay in school, by sharing with them how they meet the challenges they face as a student at Harbor College. Over the span of three weeks, several judges reviewed 54 submissions, whose names were replaced with number to…

Culture Week starts with personal story of struggle and survival

by Hunter Chase When the last American troops left Vietnam in 1975, hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese followed. They left in the hope of escaping an oppressive communist regime. On May 9, Son Nguyen, a professor at LAHC, shared his family’s story at the “Journey from the Fall” presentation. This event was a part of…

Alexa Victoriano elected new student trustee for LACCD

by Marco Barajas On May 13, Alexa Victoriano was elected as the 2016/17 Student Trustee for the Los Angeles Community College District. She will be sworn-in on June 8 in a board meeting at the district’s main office. “When I heard I won, I first called my dad,” Victoriano said. “He was very proud of…

Handling active shooter situations

by Gabriel Islas On May 17, Officer Nick Guskos held an open conference at the LAHC Technological building for students and faculty staff regarding safety procedures in case of a shooting on campus. According to officer Guskos, Team leader of the Sheriff’s Department, sometimes the shooter has a target identified before taking action. “They may…

DACA workshop educates and encourages students to take action

by Joseline Gonzalez On May 12, Jenny Galvez and Andres Gonzalez held a workshop about the DREAM Act and AB540. DREAM stands for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors, a process for undocumented immigrants in the United States that would give them conditional, and eventually, permanent residency. The workshop facilitators’ goal was to give…

LAHC Culture Week celebrated with forgotten images from slavery

Note: This is one of a series of events happening during Culture Week at LAHC By Nadia Villanueva On May 11, LAHC continued its Culture Week celebration with an exhibit called “Forgotten Images.” This is a traveling museum hosted by husband and wife David and Sharon McLucas, who have collected images and artifacts in association…