Harbor College awarded $50,000 with their new partner Athens Services and St. Francis Center

By: Timothy Rosales (Assistant Editor) Los Angeles Harbor College staff member Heidi Medrano, promoted an event as she was thrilled to have a special surprise for the campus as Harbor hosted a "Holiday Pop-Up Food Pantry" event with a message hinting a partnership deal was in the works to provide for Harbor College thanks to... Continue Reading →

Editorial: Are finals necessary?

The debate whether finals should be mandatory is a hot topic on campus. The pressure of finals on a student can be overwhelming. Students believe it is not fair to jeopardize their grades over a cumulative test after 16 weeks of schooling.  Test anxiety is a real concern and students struggle with it every semester.... Continue Reading →

The legalization of marijuana

By: Sabrina Johnson The drive for the legalization of marijuana in California began in the early 1900s in San Francisco and then later in other cities in California. After half a decade of advocates in California pushing for the legalization of marijuana, in 1996 Proposition 215- the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 was passed with... Continue Reading →

Free Speech Zone within a Zone

By: Bryan Varela Los Angeles Harbor College’s Free speech zone is around the Student Union. The open space holds potential. It is spacious and has plenty of routes to avoid interaction with someone handing out fliers or asking for signatures.  Students’ objective is to get to class, graduate and leave. Any sort of activism is... Continue Reading →

L.A. Harbor College Women’s Basketball Tournament

Jose Quevedo Reporter The Los Angeles Harbor college women's basketball team will host its own tournament Dec. 13-15 in the campus gym. Some of the teams coming to compete will be Pasadena City, Palo Verde, Golden West, L.A. Southwest. The opening game for Harbor will be Friday, Dec 13 at 2 p.m. against Palo Verde.

Harbor women’s cross-country wins third straight conference championship, men and women teams move on to state championship

Jose Quevedo Reporter Los Angeles Harbor College cross-country has found a lot of recent success. Both men and women teams qualified for SoCal Championships. The women won the South Coast Conference Championship for the third year in a row. The men came in third place for the Conference Championship but still qualified for the state... Continue Reading →

Free Speech Zone within a Zone

By, Bryan Varela Harbor College’s free speech zone is around the student union. The open space holds a lot of potential. It is spacious and has plenty of routes to avoid interaction with someone handing out fliers or asking for signatures.  Students’ objective is to get to class, graduate and leave. Any sort of activism... Continue Reading →

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