By Rachael Rifkin Staff Writer Hancock University, an English-as-Second-Language-oriented Long Beach school connected to South Korea’s Hanseo University, encourages its students to not only become immersed in the English language, but also to learn about the culture and local community in which they have chosen to study. One of the ways they do so is […]
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June 11th, 2010 · No Comments · Education
January 29th, 2010 · No Comments · News
By Nick Diamantides Staff Writer It began with a thunderous boom followed by a loud crack. Then the entire building started shaking. Seconds later, showers of water gushed from the ceiling and everyone got up and ran out of the offices. That was the experience of the Signal Tribune’s staff late Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 20, […]
January 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Thoughts From The Publisher
You’d Think I’d Be Used to This Kind of Thing By Cory Bilicko Being a Southern man who relocated to So Cal almost exactly 15 years ago, my experience with seismic activity is rather limited. In fact, my earliest recollection of “California” is from an early-1970s television program about earthquakes. It showed an animated graphic […]