Lee finalist for Superintendent-President at Long Beach City College

Otto Lee, president of Los Angeles Harbor College, is one of five finalists to become Superintendent-President at Long Beach City College. Lee, whose contract expires in June, has been at Harbor less than three years. If he were to leave, Harbor would be facing a search for its fourth president in less than seven years….

Construction on faulty solar panels to affect parking this week

By Celeste Bailey, Staff Writer Contractors began working on the solar panels in the parking lots Monday (Feb. 27) due to the unsafe condition of the panels and the shattered glass, Bill Englert Director of Facilities announced in an email to staff. Sections of each lot will be closed daily until the expected completion date…

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…

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…

Dead Bees: A Mystery in NEA

  By Mercedes Hernandez (Production Editor) Scores of dead bees were found at the end of the hall, next to room 229 in Northeast Academic Hall on Wednesday morning. Communications Division Department Chair Ann Warren and Math Department Chair Farah Saddigh noticed the problem at approximately 9 a.m. Custodian Mike Revilla arrived at the scene…

LAHC Student Updates

By Jocelyn Moguel The Los Angeles Harbor College Financial Aid office, Bookstore, and Counseling Office will be open this Saturday, September 10th from 9 AM until 2 PM. Financial Aid will be giving out numbers at 8 AM and will answer questions from students until 1 PM when they close. Counseling Office will be open…

Alexa Victoriano elected new student trustee for LACCD

by Marco Barajas On May 13, Alexa Victoriano was elected as the 2016/17 Student Trustee for the Los Angeles Community College District. She will be sworn-in on June 8 in a board meeting at the district’s main office. “When I heard I won, I first called my dad,” Victoriano said. “He was very proud of…

DACA workshop educates and encourages students to take action

by Joseline Gonzalez On May 12, Jenny Galvez and Andres Gonzalez held a workshop about the DREAM Act and AB540. DREAM stands for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors, a process for undocumented immigrants in the United States that would give them conditional, and eventually, permanent residency. The workshop facilitators’ goal was to give…

Harbor College Science Complex wins award for environmental excellence

  by Gabriel Islas Los Angeles Harbor College Science Complex, designed by HGA Architects and Engineers (HGA), has received LEED Platinum, the highest level of certification for sustainable design awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council. In addition to earning LEED Platinum, the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP) awards program  recently recognized HGA’s…