Goodbye Japan

Jasmyne Mendoza Shigeko Bennett was born in Shiga-Ken in 1929 she is now 91 years old, she came to America almost 80 years ago seeking financial stability and safety. Shigeko was very poor in Japan and there were also rumors of a war starting with the Americans. “I made a decision to pack up only... Continue Reading →

LAHC top cop gave oath to die for badge

By: Monica Parra   During an Active Shooter Workshop, Deputy Sheriff Lawrence “Larry” Loughlin made it clear to Los Angeles Harbor College that he wakes up every morning prepared to die for the badge under oath that he swore at 18 years old when he first entered the law enforcement.  With a growing passion to... Continue Reading →

For a Seahawk

By Romi Anne Grepo Winner of the LAHC Writing Contest We might not know each other personally, but our paths must have crossed at least once on this campus. We might have sat next to each other in English class, or stood in line for the same cashier at the bookstore. I might have asked you... Continue Reading →

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