Archive for March, 2014

LPC alumnus triumphs over hardships

Brianna Guillory A&E Editor Alaina Schofield was not expecting to win the scholarship of a lifetime when she had applied for the Jack Kent Cooke scholarship during her sophomore year at Las Positas College. But as [...]

Women’s basketball loses key player

Kalama Hines Features Editor The 2013-14 season was a struggle for the Las Positas women’s basketball team. One strongpoint for the team was the play, and leadership, of freshman guard. Gabriella Barbalinardo. “She was a fantastic [...]

‘Muppets Most Wanted’ fails to deliver

Brianna Guillory A&E EDITOR As it had stated in its teaser trailer, the newest Muppet movie, “Muppets Most Wanted” had strived to be “better, bigger and bolder.” The film was most definitely bigger in terms of [...]

LPC honors women vets

Small U.S. flags attached to sticks that lined the planters like a line of people guiding the way to the 800 building. This is where an all female Honor Guard from Travis Air Force base and [...]

LPC library to be remodeled

Shelby Escott Staff Writer With a budget of roughly $4 million, construction will once again invade the campus while library materials will be moved to the 100 and 700 buildings. On June 2, the first round [...]

Student health resource alleviates stress

Will Tanner Managing Editor Stress is nothing new to college students. Juggling classes, study time and work can quickly lead to added stress in life. Add in being financially responsible and there is a recipe for [...]

Bay Area baseball teams will have to beat the odds

Martin Gallegos STAFF WRITER With spring training coming to a close, that can only mean one thing, baseball is back. With a new Major League Baseball season, there come new expectations. Whether you are a fan [...]

Kraftwerk comes back with a spark

Travis Danner Special to The Express You probably have no idea who they are, but without them, none of the music you listen to would exist. After a decade, the foremost pioneers of all things musically [...]

The US says ‘So long’ to privacy

Travis Danner Special to The Express Privacy is dead. Sure, President Barack Obama announced some pretty strong reforms to the National Security Agency’s (NSA) bulk data collection practices on March 24 in an attempt to limit [...]

Divergent exceeds expectations

Brandon Clutter Staff Writer Hollywood has adapted many books onto the silver screen, and some have failed to impress, like “The Scarlet Letter,” or “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.” Others however, have done great: the “Harry [...]