Surprise fire drill disrupts classes

By Xavier Basso, staff writer An unannounced fire drill catches students off-guard today on campus. It was later announced to be a false alarm.  No text alert was given. Many students were confused and not knowing where to go. It also seemed that the teachers did not know where to go either. Advertisements

Industry guest speakers to visit L.A. Harbor

By Roman Tmetuchl For all those interested in learning more about future opportunities and possible careers ventures after college this may be the opportunity you have been waiting for. Starting next month Students of LA harbor would want to check out the upcoming event where you will have the opportunity to see experts in a…

LAHC women’s soccer takes week off

By Christian Vega Women’s soccer has started.It is still only preseason, but Harbor’s women’s soccer team has a week of no games but only practice to recharge and get ready for their last two preseason games. With four games played, they stand with a record of 0 wins, 3 losses, and 1 draw. After being…

Mens soccer looks for first victory Thursday vs. visiting Orange Coast

By Christian Vega, Staff Writer Soccer season is in full effect as Los Angeles Harbor College hosts Orange Coast College on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Harbor is looking for a win after their last game ended in a 2-2 tie against South Western.   Only preseason, captain Luis Amezquita has high hopes for team. After…

Trump puts an end to DACA Program- what this means for student “Dreamers”

By Ashley del Rio, Co-editor As of Tuesday morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the DACA program (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) will be repealed under President Donald Trumps administration. DACA, enacted under the Obama administration, allowed undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S as children to remain in the country. It has been…

Hot spell to continue

By Matt Smirnoff An excessive heat warning was posted by the National Weather Service that will be active until 10 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 2). Temperatures are expected to be in the high 90s to low 100s inland, and between the mid-80s to low 90s in beach cities. The National Weather Service warns that high temperatures…

Harbors Annual Transfer Fair

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer Our fall 2017 transfer fair will be held Wednesday September 13 from 10am to 1pm. It will host 45 different colleges and universities. Transfer representatives will be present from University of California schools, California State University campuses, private institutions, and out-of-state colleges. Some schools that will be in attendance will…

PSA: Harbor no longer allows overlapping classes

By Christian Vega, Staff Writer After further review, students are no longer able to take classes that will overlap another class. Even if students are busy with work and other classes, the school will not allow us to take classes that overlap each other. “For example, if a student is enrolled in a class from…

SECOND FUMIGATION in LAHC

By Traci Sarpong, Staff Writer   Fumigation is a process necessary for all schools to undergo. Having certain places like the schools cafeteria fumigated prevents the growth of mold fungi and other disgusting kitchen viruses from getting into ingredients used for cooking our food. Pests are eliminated as well. Luckily our school has been fumigated…

Tides receives $1,100 grant for podcasting equipment

The Harbor Tides has received an $1,100 equipment grant from the California Newspaper Publishers Association. The money is earmarked for podcasting equipment, according to Journalism Adviser Paul McLeod. The Tides website is also set for an overhaul that will allow for better integration of podcasting into the greater journalism program. In Spring, 2018 the program…

Will Lee find his heart in San Francisco ?

Staff writer Otto Lee continues to seek a way out of town. According to a recent report in the San Francisco Examiner, the current president of Los Angeles Harbor College is one of four finalists to become Chancellor at City College of San Francisco. Lee’s contract at LAHC is up next month and there’s speculation…

Get ready for summer. Remember these dates.

Registration for summer session has already started. This year LAHC will be offering eight and six week sessions. Below you will find a list of important dates for the summer. Be on the look out for last day to add classes, and  when is the last day to drop without a “W”. REMINDER: Registration for…