New Title V director has worlds of experience

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer Title V at Los Angeles Harbor College is getting a new director. Elika Dadsetan has worked in developing response programs abroad for over six years and in education for 10. Title V is a federal grant whose purpose is to strengthen the educational resources of colleges and universities and to…

Jefferson, Dake capture ASO election

Associated Student Organizations Board announced May 9 that the ticket of Elijah Jefferson and Dean Dake won the Harbor College presidential race by 55 percent of the vote (137 votes in total). Brandon Molina, and Joseph Reyes had 76 votes. Currently there are 9,192 Harbor College students eligible to vote. The turnout in votes for…

New registration system back in business

The new Student Information System for class registration has been plagued by start-up problems, but district officials have assured students that it will be up and running Friday when general registration begins for returning students with 60 or more units. A chart showing registration dates that was supplied by the Los Angeles Community College District…

Veterans to host Memorial Day event Tuesday

The college Veterans Center hosts a Memorial Day event Tuesday (May 30) in SSA 219. The event begins at 12:30 p.m. According to Adam McManamy, veterans counselor, the first floor of the SSA building will contain a display where visitors are encouraged to post a photo of a veteran. Cultural groups that have displayed courage…

Byron Smith, LAHC Choir to perform June 4

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer A concert of Jazz, Blues, and some Rock ‘n Roll will be hosted by Byron Smith at Los Angeles Harbor College. The LAHC Collegiate Choir and Smith will be performing two shows on Sunday June 4. The first will be at 3:30 p.m. and the second will be at 7:30…

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…

May Is music month for the LAHC Music Department

By Luis Fajardo, Staff Writer The Los Angeles Harbor College Music Department will keep everyone busy the entire month of May with its list of music events. The first event will be today (May 4) at 12:45 p.m. It will be a Music Recital hosted by Byron Smith and students will be performing their current…

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…