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Historic Arbor Revitalized at St. Anthony High School

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On July 2, representatives from St. Anthony High School’s Class of 1964 formally presented a check to high school President Gina Maguire to underwrite the renovation of the school’s historic Arbor in the Courtyard. The red bougainvillea-shrouded Arbor bordering the school on 7th Street and Olive Avenue in Long Beach was built over 60 years ago to provide seating and shade for students.

St. Anthony High School Names Allen Caveness Varsity Boys Basketball Coach

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St. Anthony High School has announced that Allen Caveness has been named their new Varsity Boys Basketball Coach. Caveness joins St. Anthony following successful stints as a head coach and assistant at the Junior College level, in addition to his continual involvement in the Drew League.

Trisha Marx Selected Women’s Volleyball Head Coach at LBCC

Trisha Marx named new women's volleyball head coach at LBCC.

Trisha Marx named new women’s volleyball head coach at LBCC. Director of Athletics Joe Cascio has announced the hiring of Trisha Marx as Long Beach City College’s new head coach of women’s volleyball for the upcoming fall season.

CSULB Hosts Steppenwolf Classes West Summer Intensive

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Steppenwolf Classes West will offer a month long summer intensive for professional and soon to be professional actors, hosted by California State University Long Beach’s Theatre Arts Department and department chair Anne D’Zmura.

17 Members of LBCC Football Team Move on to Four-Year Colleges

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Long Beach City College football head coach Brett Peabody has announced that 17 former Vikings will be transferring to four-year institutions to continue their academic and athletic careers this fall. “We are incredibly proud of these young men,” said Peabody.

LBCC Breaks Ground on New Student Services Building at Pacific Coast Campus

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Building GG Will House an All New Student Services Center. Artist rendering from Long Beach City College, Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced the start of construction on a new $23.4 million, 31,698 square foot, Student Services building at its Pacific Coast Campus (PCC) located at 1305 East Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach, 90806.

Sylvia Lynch Named Chief Information Systems Officer at LBCC

Sylvia Lynch announced as the new Chief Information Systems Officer.

Sylvia Lynch announced as LBCC new Chief Information Systems Officer. Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced the hiring of Sylvia Lynch as the new Chief Information Systems Officer. Lynch will be responsible for managing all information technology and computer systems that support LBCC’s instructional programs and administrative operations at the college.

Laura Doud Selected LBCC Commencement Speaker, Jalyn Alexander and Norrell Thompson Named Valedictorians

2014 LBCC Class Valedictorians Jalyn Alexander and Norrell Thompson

2014 LBCC Class Valedictorians Jalyn Alexander and Norrell Thompson Thousands of members of the Viking family, will unite with family members and friends on the Liberal Arts Campus for Long Beach City College’s (LBCC) commencement ceremony on June 5 beginning at 6:00 p.m.

CSULB Among 9 Colleges Receiving Study Abroad Grant through President’s 100,000 Strong in the Americas Initiative

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Competing against more than 150 different proposals, California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) was one of just nine universities in the United States and Latin America selected to receive a $25,000 innovation grant for study abroad and exchange programs under President Obama’s 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative.

St. Anthony High School Students, Nelson Lewandowski and Megan Anderson, Find Balance Through Art

St. Anthony High School outstanding art students Nelson Lewandowski and Megan Anderson

St. Anthony High School outstanding art students Nelson Lewandowski and Megan Anderson St. Anthony High School has two outstanding art students who have been recognized in the media. Long Beach 908 Magazine honored Nelson Lewandowski for his emotional use of art as an escape and a way to balance his life, and Megan Anderson who uses art to balance her involvement with the Long Beach Junior Crew team.

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