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…

New Opportunity for Student Entrepreneurs

By Luis Fajardo- staff writer Students of Los Angeles Harbor College are being encouraged to be the next generation of entrepreneurs. Local media, Univision, is hosting a 1-day Entrepreneur Summit: POSiBLE L.A. on Saturday May 20 and Harbor students are welcome to attend. Univision has hosted seven financial fairs under the community empowerment Prosperidad brand…

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

By Luis Fajardo- staff writer It is heritage month for the Los Angeles Harbor College Asian Pacific American Student Success Committee. The committee will be hosting four events in May and in June. The first event will be on Wednesday May 10 from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. It will be an empowering Pacific Islander…

Anthisisis

By: Salina Garcia, Staff Writer Athisisthis is not misspelled, and yet it’s not a word in the dictionary, however it’s LA Harbor instructor Ron Linden, own humor pun for the name of the gallery. Featuring Zach Roach and Eric Johnson, one of the most creative artist that stand out from Southern California. Athisisthis just ended…

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…

Supervisor Hahn speaks at college

by: Salina Garcia, Staff Writer Los Angeles Harbor College ASO members hosted Fourth District L. A. County Supervisor Janice Hahn (D-Ca.), to speak March 22  regarding future measures with the local community and women’s equality. “If you try something or lose, don’t give up” Hahn insisted to the audience of her speech. The former Congresswoman…

Campus Sheriffs back in headquarters after flood

Law enforcement for Los Angeles Harbor College spent the last couple of months working underneath a tent and inside an RV across from their actual department. The station was closed due to a flood . “They had no choice.  “it was [un]inhabitable to work there due to flooding” said OfficersNick Guskos, Sheriff on site. Spring…

Lake Machado opening to make a splash early next month

By Salina Garcia, Staff Writer Ken Malloy, Machado Lake Regional Park is ready to be open to the local community after three years of construction next month in Los Angeles Harbor College’s very own back yard park, according to Proposition-O team. The project is supposed to improve water quality, according to reports. “ I go…

LAHC students earn scholar awards, scholarship honors

Spring semester has turned into a triumph for many Los Angeles Harbor students . Many students have received full scholarships,National Scholar recognitions, and acceptances to programs with The National Science Foundation. Some have reached for the stars and have landed in Nasa’s Community College Aerospace Scholars program. Here are some of LAHC students have worked…