By Darel James
The Science Night event Friday, May 16, will include live demonstrations, music and many opportunities to exercise scientific curiosity. From 5-8 p.m. the activities will go on the second and third floors of the D Building. Science Night will be open to all, from students to employees and families as well.
Human services major Lourdes Velazques, 21, said, “It would be so cool view something awesome.”
Students are invited to attend the second annual Science Night at the LAC.
The events idea came from professor Robyn Arias, who teaches microbiology and general biology.
Arias, a former teacher at Orange Coast College, was influenced by their Science Nights and decided to share it with LBCC.
“It’s a good way to open up the doors of the labs here on campus and meet with students in a casual environment,” Arias said.
Awards will be given to five students for excellence in geography from the Society of Women Geographers Southern California.
The awards will be given by Dean Paul Creason at 6 p.m.