Archive for October, 2014

How sexy is too sexy for Halloween?

On Halloween night, where is the line drawn when it comes to showing skin? Two Express writers take to the page to bring this issue to light. PRO Laura Cameron News Editor Sex is a hot-button [...]

Candidates visit campus, plug for votes

Laura Cameron News Editor On Wednesday, Oct. 29, Las Positas College’s cafeteria hosted a public question and answer panel with a number of candidates running in the Nov. 4 election.  Organized by the ASLPC, the panel [...]

Men’s soccer closing in on playoffs

Kalama Hines Sports Editor With a mere two weeks remaining in the men’s soccer team’s regular season, the team finds itself in a position similar to that of last year’s team at this time. And for [...]

Opinions on amphitheater’s grass split

Shelby Escott Features Editor The grass problem in the amphitheater is being handled. But was it even a problem in the first place? A long debate between whether to change the design or leave it as [...]

“Dear White People” brings light to racism

Shelby Escott Features Editor Producing laughs while bringing to light the still real problem of discrimination, “Dear White People” brings a bold voice to the cinema. The movie focuses on four black students facing their own [...]

Women’s soccer focus on finishing season strong

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer With only three games left in the season, the Hawks don’t have much to play for this season. The team has a 4-11 overall record with a 3-6 record in conference play. [...]

Amphitheater gets a facelift

Shelby Escott Features Editor Unused and neglected, the Las Positas College amphitheater has become nothing more than layer upon layer of patchy grass with some concrete in between. A place that should have seen big productions [...]

‘We Can’ thanks the community

Shayla Gasca Staff writer Lining the walls of the art gallery, paintings of canned food – each one different from the next – were made for more than just viewing pleasure. Each and every painting reflects [...]

Time for millennials to sleep right through another election

By the time you read this, another election week will nearly be upon us. As sure as I am that there will be elections, I’m equally as sure that somewhere around 90 percent of you reading [...]

Budget revisit may free up $610,000 in funds

William Tanner Editor-in-chief When the budget allocation model for the 2014-2015 Chabot-Las Positas Community College District was put into effect, something was amiss. Three items totaling $610,000 that were not previously there had made their way [...]