Harbor Men’s Soccer Manage A Draw against powerhouse Cerritos

Jose Quevedo Reporter Los Angeles Harbor College men’s soccer hosted power house Cerritos College in South Coast Conference play. Cerritos came into the game unbeaten in their last 37 matchups. Harbor used a first half goal to hold on and earn a draw against Cerritos. With the draw Harbor improved their record to 1-1-2 in... Continue Reading →

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Harbor Football Winless No More

Jose Quevedo Reporter After a rough 0-4 start, The Los Angeles Harbor College football team would finally get their first win of the season against the College of the Desert. The Seahawks would use a 17 point unanswered surge to down the Roadrunners 40-28.    The win was a real booster for the Seahawks.“We really... Continue Reading →

EDITORIAL: Campus safety

Is safety on campus as important to administration than it is for students and professors? Safety at Los Angeles Harbor College has been a hot topic for the past few years. From trespassing to assault. LAHC has experienced many incidents on campus.  LAHC has lacked in ensuring keeping students safe on campus. In the recent... Continue Reading →

Vans saves Channel Street Skatepark

By Sabrina Johnson Channel Street Skatepark is on the rise to reopening their gates to new and old faces of the skating community. Channel Street is a DIY skatepark in San Pedro,Ca under the 110 freeway and Channel Street. Channel Street first opened their gates in 2002 when a group of young skateboarders from San... Continue Reading →

Plan for survival: run, hide, fight. 

By: Monica Parra   Los Angeles Harbor College held its first ever “Active Shooter Training” where 56 faculty and staff members attended to receive information on how to prevent any injuries and fatalities in case of a mass shooting. There is no telling when or why an active shooter would be on campus, but with... Continue Reading →

LAHC top cop gave oath to die for badge

By: Monica Parra   During an Active Shooter Workshop, Deputy Sheriff Lawrence “Larry” Loughlin made it clear to Los Angeles Harbor College that he wakes up every morning prepared to die for the badge under oath that he swore at 18 years old when he first entered the law enforcement.  With a growing passion to... Continue Reading →

Haunted Harbor Week

Jose Quevedo Reporter Los Angeles Harbor College will look to celebrate Halloween by kicking off with Haunted Harbor Week. It will take place during the last week of October and will include many different Halloween themed activities and events. The first day will be Tuesday October 29 and will kick off with a Pumpkin Carving... Continue Reading →

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