Opinion: A Student’s Take on Voting

By Jessica Ortiz, Journalism, 101 In a world of politics and chaos, we have come to face it again. A month away from voting, a month away from finding out who will be the 45th president of the United States of America. This will be the second time I will be voting for a president….

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…

APASS presents: A Session with Oliver Wang and Dj Icy Ice

The Asian Pacific American Student Success Club presents “an Afternoon Session with Oliver Wang and DJ Icy Ice” on October 11, at 2:30pm in Tech 110. Spend an afternoon with Oliver Wang, a UC Berkley graduate who received his PhD in Ethnic Studies and is now an Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University Long Beach, teaching…

October: Disability Awareness Month

Did you know that October is National Disability Month throughout the United States? National Disability Awareness Month is a national campaign that raises awareness and adresses disability issues and celebrates the many contributions of American citizens with disabilities. This October, Los Angeles Harbor College will be sponsoring Disability Awareness Month with various events held by the Special…

Harbor College Library Book Sale

STOP THE PRESSES! The Harbor College Library is having an ongoing book sale, marking the prices down to $10 or less. YEP, YOU READ THAT RIGHT. Quality art, cooking, photography, athletic, and a variety of other books will be available. Make sure to stop by the library to check it out.

Seahawks Poetry Night

Are you a Seahawk poet looking for a platform to speak your mind? You’ve found one! Los Angeles Harbor College’s English department is holding their Annual Poetry Night on Tuesday, October 11 and 13, 7pm to 9pm at Sacred Grounds. (468 W. 6th Street, San Pedro CA 90721). Poetry Night encourages Harbor students to participate…

Ready for the big one?

By Melissa Amezcua Are you earthquake ready? California is earthquake country. We were recently issued an earthquake warning by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. A swarm of small quakes along the San Andreas fault line caused California to go on high alert this past weekend, as reported by earthquaketrack.com http://earthquaketrack.com/v/la/recent Did you know that…

Fall 2016 Stickers Are Finally Here!

By Jocelyn Moguel (Editor-in-Chief) The long wait  of getting your Fall 2016 sticker for your ID card is finally here! You can pick them up at the Seahawk Center at the second floor from 9 AM until 5 PM. Wonder why it took a month for the Fall 2016 stickers to show up? The Harbor…

Rich Latino Culture and Heritage

  Story by Melissa Amezcua (Staff Writer) Photos courtesy Joseph Chicas The Latino Heritage L.A. partnered for the second year in a row with the United Wilmington Youth Foundation to bring the Latino L.A. Festival last Saturday located at the Wilmington Waterfront Park. The goal of this event “bring culture enrichment to community programs” says the Latino Heritage main coordinator…

Falling for festival’s literacy

Story by Melissa Amezcua Pictures courtesy Joe Macias, Media Image Public Hundreds of families came out to the Banning Museum last Saturday to support the Sixth Annual Fall Into Literacy Community Book Festival in the city of Wilmington. The event was presented by United Way of Greater Los Angeles, Valero, and Phillips 66 Los Angeles…

SCC elevator back in operation

By Mercedes Hernandez, Staff Writer The elevator at the northeast end of the Science Complex was finally repaired Wednesday afternoon after being closed Sept. 21 when it failed to pass a Cal-OSHA inspection. It was recommended by the Cal-OSHA inspector that the elevator be closed until a new earthquake guide was installed. Thomas Jones, General…