Archive for November, 2014

Sudent survey shows satisfaction with campus

William Tanner Editor-in-chief   The recently released student accreditation survey results have painted the campus in a good light.  The survey is a key part of the accreditation process. Every year that the accreditation process rolls [...]

Classified Staff fed up with contract

Laura Cameron News Editor A sea of purple shirts greeted the Board of Trustees at their Nov. 18 meeting. Frustrated with the slow pace and limited offers made by the district during their contract negotiations, classified [...]

Music drives students to study

Shayla Gasca Staff Writer Finals are coming up which means students are starting their feverish end-of-semester studying. However, some students avoid letting the pressure get to them by using music as a stress reliever and study [...]

Men’s soccer back in playoffs for second year in a row

Kalama Hines Sports Editor   Head Coach Larry Aguiar sits, in his usual spot, in his usual red lawn chair. Despite the brisk chill of the Livermore November evening, he and his team are pleased to [...]

Obama gets the immigration ball rolling

Travis Danner Columnist If this were a movie, I’d call it “How Barry Got His Balls Back.” How else to describe the fact that President Barack Obama, in the wake of a devastating midterm election for [...]

‘Comedy of Errors’ entertains and delights

Shelby Escott Arts and Entertainment Editor The final step in the production process had come. The stage was set and as the lights dimmed, the actors prepared themselves for the moment they had all been waiting [...]

Water Polo officially enters the pool

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer   LPC’s sports department made a splash as it has decided to add a new sport to the campus. After pushing for it for years, swim and dive head coach Jason Craighead [...]

Homelessness in the Tri-Valley

Shawn Winders Homelessness may be dropping in the U.S., but is still a problem in California.   [...]

Ke Zhang – lifelong learner, model student and eternal athlete

William Tanner Editor-in-Chief It wasn’t something to be left behind. Carefully he split it in half and folded it to be able to take it on the plane. Rust appeared through the paint, showing the wear [...]

Voters bring back representatives, welcome BART to Livermore

Shelby Escott Features Editor The polls are closed and the votes are in — mostly. There were some nail biters as well as some landslides. But the voters have spoken. These are the results the people [...]