Harbor’s Undecided

By Albert Marion Indecisiveness plague people throughout all walks of life. The stress lays most weight on the shoulders of students being that there is so much pressure to find what you want to do forever. What needs to be understood is there is no such thing as finding what you want to do forever…

Skateboarding cleans up its act, heads to Olympics

By Michael Cote “Tic-tuc, tic-tuc”, went every rut, his speeding wheel struck. I watched as the skater urgently weaved through a crowd of students, pushing his way to class. Timothy Misagal is a 3rd year LAHC student who wishes to get an Associate’s degree in Art, and on this particular morning, he’s headed to his…

APASS to hold open house Wednesday

The Asian Pacific American Student Success program is holding an open house Wednesday (Sept. 6). The event will take place in NEA 205 and begins at 2:30 p.m. and is expected to feature representatives from the Department of Labor and the FBI, among others. They’ll participate in the organization’s mentor program and will also be…

Skateboarding: Ride the asphalt wave

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer Skateboarding started in the West Coast during the 1950s and then grew into a lifestyle that would still be impactful and important for people after 67 years since it was created because of its popularity throughout the decades. Surfers in the early 1950s called “asphalt surfers,” wanted to experience riding…

The Harbor Promise: Free tuition for LAUSD grads

By Salina Garcia, Staff Writer Harbor Promise (formally known as Harbor Advantage ) is setting a clear path into the first year of college success for incoming high school graduates for students from the Los Angeles Unified School District. This includes all nine campuses in the Los Angeles Community College District. “The promise is, if…

Art gallery showcased LAHC student creations

By Salina Garcia, Staff Writer Los Angeles Harbor College Art Department hosted its annual student art gallery from May 3-26. Each art instructor on campus showcased the best work from their gallery. The gallery showcases the creation of LAHC art students, exploring the mediums of ceramics, paintings, 2D design, drawings, and sculptures. The moment you…

Veterans to host Memorial Day event Tuesday

The college Veterans Center hosts a Memorial Day event Tuesday (May 30) in SSA 219. The event begins at 12:30 p.m. According to Adam McManamy, veterans counselor, the first floor of the SSA building will contain a display where visitors are encouraged to post a photo of a veteran. Cultural groups that have displayed courage…

Byron Smith, LAHC Choir to perform June 4

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer A concert of Jazz, Blues, and some Rock ‘n Roll will be hosted by Byron Smith at Los Angeles Harbor College. The LAHC Collegiate Choir and Smith will be performing two shows on Sunday June 4. The first will be at 3:30 p.m. and the second will be at 7:30…

Dreamer’s First Annual Dine n’ Dance Fundraiser

The Dreamers at Los Angeles Harbor College are not wasting anytime into growing their club to be successful at Harbor. The club has organized their first Annual Dine n’ Dance Dreamer Fundraiser event for next week, May 12th, 2017. All proceeds will go towards establishing a scholarship for undocumented students at LAHC. “The tickets are selling…

CDC book fair this week

The annual book fair at the Los Angeles Harbor College Child Development Center continues through Friday (April 21) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Center will remain open Thursday until 6:30 p.m. for purchasing books. There are a variety of children’s tales for sale, and all purchases go to support the center. For more…

Spring Student Survey!! Be heard !

Every two years LACCD sends out a district wide survey. This year will be the first time students will have the option of taking this survey online. A link has been sent to student’s LAHC email to participate. Last day to complete this survey will be April 28. This survey will provide feedback on the…

The Mystery Of The Fall 2016 Stickers

By Jocelyn Moguel On September 16th, ASO quietly announced the release of the new fall stickers after more than a month delay since the Fall 2016 semester started on August 26th. The Harbor Tides went out to investigate the fall stickers and why they were not released a month after the semester had started. Harbor…