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…

Graduation time June 2 set for 10 a.m. during finals week

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Harbor College graduation date will remain the same on Friday June 2 during finals week, but the time graduation will be held has changed to 10 a.m. in order to allow graduates to spend more time with their families after graduation. Graduation is important to every student…

Nintendo off to fast start with its new Switch console

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer In the first week of the Nintendo Switch’s release in March, it became Nintendo’s fastest-selling console in the company’s history because of the way it allows players to use the console and its amazing game list for 2017. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console. Nintendo fans were anticipating for…

Campus run Friday to benefit disabled students

Editors Note: The hard copy of the Harbor Tides listed this event as taking place Tuesday. By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer Buddy-2-Buddy is hosting a campus run Friday (April 28) on the Los Angeles Harbor College campus at 10 a.m. to fund-raise money for students with documented disabilities in order to provide them with book…

President gets new assistant

Although college President Otto Lee has been looking for work elsewhere, he has announced the hiring of a new executive assistant. Sylvia Files has worked as Director of Operations at Parkcrest Christian Church and also worked at East Los Angeles College. In an email to staff  Lee thanked Miriam Alvarado Lagunas for serving as acting…

Tax relief recital

A music recital will be held April 14 at 6PM in the LAHC music recital hall. There is a suggested 10 dollar donation at the door. All donations will support the Harbor College music department.

Blog: What are YOU doing for Spring Break? Journalism 101

Journalism 101 Student Michael Cote Harbor College is a school that serves around 10000 students each year, and as I found out today while interviewing just a few of them, we’re a diverse group—students and faculty. With spring break just around the corner, I decided to ask a few of them what they planned to…

Lee lands second finalist spot in attempt to leave LAHC

Otto Lee, president of Los Angeles Harbor College, is now one of five finalists to become Superintendent-of the Ventura County Community College District. Earlier it was announced that he is a finalist to become Superintendent and President at Long Beach City College. Lee, whose contract expires in June, has been at Harbor less than three…