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…

LAHC Poetry Night at Sacred Grounds

By Jocelyn Moguel (Editor-in-Chief) Missed the first night of Los Angeles Harbor College’s poetry night at Sacred Grounds in San Pedro? You have another chance tomorrow night from 7 PM-9PM! Have a chance to express yourself on stage and support your fellow Seahawks at Sacred Grounds! Everyone and anyone is encouraged to attend poetry night….

Eleven new instructors are welcomed at Los Angeles Harbor College

By Mercedes Hernandez Los Angeles Harbor College has hired eleven new instructors this Fall semester. New chancellor Francisco C. Rodriguez has pushed for new instructors district wide in order to get to the new mandate 75% full time instructors and 25% part time . Over 200 new instructors will be joining the Los angeles community…

Rich Latino Culture and Heritage

  Story by Melissa Amezcua (Staff Writer) Photos courtesy Joseph Chicas The Latino Heritage L.A. partnered for the second year in a row with the United Wilmington Youth Foundation to bring the Latino L.A. Festival last Saturday located at the Wilmington Waterfront Park. The goal of this event “bring culture enrichment to community programs” says the Latino Heritage main coordinator…

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…

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…