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…

Men’s Issues

By: Salina Garcia, Staff Writer For an interesting discussion,  Men’s Issue Presentation will take place Thursday, March 16, 2017  in the technology building, room: 110 from 1:00-2:00P.M. “ Tectonic shifts in our culture have had a big impact on the roles men play in society and even the very definition of masculinity. Come to this…

Blood drive March 29

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer Los Angeles Harbor College is hosting another blood drive Wednesday, March 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Seahawk Center. If you have tattoos you are now OK to donate if they are healed and were done in a licensed California facility. Before donating you need to be…

Club Rush continues today

Club Rush continues today (March 2) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. outside the Seahawk Center. Seed money is available for individuals wanting to start a new club, according to an email sent by Ajay Aquino, president of the Los Angeles Harbor College Associated Student Organization. For more information see the ASO’s Facebook page @LAHCASO…

Women’s basketball forfeits playoff berth, claims foul

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer The women’s basketball team at Los Angeles Harbor College was bounced from the state playoffs before it had a chance to begin when the South Coast Conference commissioner apparently reversed himself on an eligibility decision at the end of the regular season. The outcome has angered LAHC officials. Guards Tiffany…

Financial Aid services now available at Registration windows

By Celeste Bailey, Staff Writer As of Monday morning, (Feb. 27) the Financial Aid staff workers began serving students from the Registration windows in the SSA building, Vice President of Student Services Luis Dorado announced in an email to staff. The expansion of service is an attempt to cut down waiting time, which has been…

Men’s basketball misses playoffs again

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Harbor College men’s basketball team missed the playoffs for the third straight season. The Seahawks finished in third place in the South Coast South Division with a record of 5-5 behind Compton College (9-1) and Cerritos (7-3). Overall, the Seahawks finished 11-16, On the floor the Seahawks…

Los Angeles Harbor College Career Fair

Stop by the Los Angeles  Harbor College Career Fair March 22 from 10:30 AM – 1:30PM. Explore different majors, and connect with potential employers.      

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…

OP/ED: Make America Great But For Who?

By Jocelyn Moguel For the millions of Americans, including myself: Donald J. Trump became our 45th president. This was a shock heard all over the country and the world. For many of his supporters, they were cheering with happiness that a businessman with no political experience became president of the United States. For the rest…

Sacred Grounds: Coffee, Poetry, and Community

By Jocelyn Moguel (Editor in Chief) Los Angeles Harbor College’s English department hosted their open mic night on October 11th and 13th for students, faculty, and the general public to attend. Over 125 people attended both dates. 50 students from numerous English classes in Los Angeles Harbor College went up to speak their original poems,…