Drugs and alcohol seminar Tuesday

The Life Skills Center is sponsoring a two-hour program on drug and alcohol use and abuse Tuesday (April 18). Topics also include harm reduction and recovery. The two-hour seminar is expected to begin with what it terms “state of the art research findings” on preventing deaths from opioids. A panel discussion including several recovering addicts…

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…

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…

Spring Student Survey!! Be heard !

Every two years LACCD sends out a district wide survey. This year will be the first time students will have the option of taking this survey online. A link has been sent to student’s LAHC email to participate. Last day to complete this survey will be April 28. This survey will provide feedback on the…

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…

LAHC students warned of phone call fraud

By Celeste Bailey, Staff Writer On Wednesday morning (March 1), students were sent an email from Peggy Loewy Wellisch the Director of Financial Aid with the subject, “False LAHC grant calls.” The email addressed a scamming situation where students received calls where they are told that they would be receiving a school grant. In order…