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The Korea Times: Support for the Construction of the Statue of King Sejong the Great and the Installation of Large Banners

Reporter Seok In-hee documents the Imperial Cultural Foundation donated $100,000 to support the Korean Studies program at Los Angeles City College (LACC), the only institution in the United States that offers a two-year degree (AA) in Korean Studies.

Originally Published: 4/27/2022

SBS Evening News: A statue of King Sejong the Great on the American university campus!

Originally Published: 4/26/2022

MBC AMERICA: April 26, 2022

Originally Published: 4/26/2022

KBS America: 2022.04.26

Originally Published: 4/26/2022

Radio Korea: Joseon Imperial Family Donates $100,000 to LACC to Support Korean Studies Program

Reporter Shin-Woo Kim documents the recent $100,000 donation from the Korean Imperial Family of Chosen to support the LACC Korean Language and Civilization program.

Originally Published: 4/26/2022

Korea Daily: The Imperial Cultural Foundation Delivered Support to LACC Korean Language Program

A short writeup of the recent $100,000 donation from the Korean Imperial Family of Chosen to support the LACC Korean Language and Civilization program.

Originally Published: 4/26/2022

Daily News: LA City College’s Earth Day echoes environmental awareness goals of original 1970 date

An article by Holly Andres chronicling LACC's Earth Day event, featuring a tree planting ceremony and food grown in the community garden.

Additional Coverage of this Event

Originally Published: 4/22/2022

The Korea Times: LACC Elects First Korean American Elected Academic Senate President

A report by Seok In-hee on Mickey Hong's election as President of the Academic Senate

Originally Published: 2/22/2022

Variety: Watch Portions of This Year’s Golden Globes Ceremony

President Mary Gallagher was in attendance for this year’s 79th Annual Golden Globes awards ceremony.

Originally Published: 2/18/2022

Univision 34: Learn About Grants and Other Incentives Available to Community College Students in Los Angeles

There is help available for housing, food, books, transportation and child care, among others, so that students can concentrate on their studies

Originally Published: 2/7/2022

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