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 →
Timothy Rosales Staff Writer Update Los Angles Police Department received a report from Sheriff Deputy Larry Loughlin about an incident on campus. He came to the scene of the crime where both of the sheriffs were puzzled on the whereabouts to the crime in question. The Student Union building was searched for any information and... Continue Reading →
By: David Bellhouse The administration held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Seahawk Center on Wednesday May 8th. Everyone was talkative as Los Angeles Harbor College’s music department played some smooth jazz until the event started. Though this event went off with no interruptions, cancelled student protests shows a different side to the school... Continue Reading →
By: David Bellhouse The Student Government at Los Angeles Harbor College hosted a debate to determine the next student president on April 16th just outside the NEA building. The debate was hosted during class time, so the crowd was really small besides ASO members already involved. No more than 15 people were in the crowd.... Continue Reading →
Los Angeles Harbor College will be holding it's annual Award/ Scholarship Ceremony today in the Student Union- MPR from 4:00- 6:00 p.m. Come and congratulate you're fellow classmates on their hard work and dedication.
By Victor Valladares Dawn Reid is Los Angeles Harbor Colleges newest addition and, resides as Dean of Student Services here at Harbor. Dean Reid started her career as a Community College EOP Outreach Recruiter for the University of Irvine, shortly after receiving her degree in Psychology. She then became an Admissions recruiter for Mt. Saint... Continue Reading →
By Victor Valladares A Tractor Trailer that was transporting a load of vehicles exploded and caught fire in the Port of Los Angeles by the intersection of Harbor Blvd and Knoll Drive. The explosion happened around 10 A.M. when a loud sound went off inside the Port, causing nearby resident homes to shake and... Continue Reading →
By: Megan Floresca In the military, you learn to follow orders and that is the situation the men and women of the Veterans Resource Center found themselves in when they were moved from the old library last year so it could be torn down. They used to have a space in that old building... Continue Reading →