Archive for February, 2015

Construction issues in the 2400 building may pose potential health risks

By Brianna Guillory  @bloatednani   After five years of complaints about the fishy smell being emitted from the halls of the 2400 building on campus, LPC’s administration has decided to take action. Spanish faculty member Catherine [...]

High school upperclassmen students to arrive at LPC

By Nicole Silveira  @nsilveira07 Now is the time of year for students to start thinking about next semester. Upcoming juniors and seniors from high schools in the Livermore, Dublin, and Pleasanton school districts have the opportunity [...]

Fifty Shades of Grey changes the public’s view of sex

By Shayla Gasca  @shaylamaritza With more than 100 million copies sold worldwide and 30 weeks as the top New York Times bestseller. One of America’s favorite books is fit for a big screen makeover. The sale [...]

Signing day puts too much pressure on high school athletes

By Martin Gallegos @martinGboxing For those die-hard college football fans out there, Wednesday was Christmas in February. National Signing Day. The yearly tradition of finding out where all the top high school football players in the [...]

For Valentine’s Day feed your community not the rich

By Kalama Hines  @Khine_Express It’s that time of the year again. Time for corporate America and its executives to line their pockets off the American public’s need to express love. Aching to express that love, Americans [...]

For full body health, fad diets not the way to go

By Kalama Hines @KHINES_Express Curb your hunger with a cigarette instead of food. If food is absolutely necessary, eat cabbage soup and a grapefruit, but chew each bite a minimum of 100 times. To many this may [...]

Hawks’ conference woes continue

By Martin Gallegos @martinGboxing   LIVERMORE, Calif. — Conference play continues to plague the LPC Hawks basketball squad as the team dropped their conference record to 1-5 on Wednesday night with a loss to City College [...]

‘Back to the Future’ predicts 2015 technology

By Nicole Silveira  @nsilveira07 In 1989 Robert Zemeckis released the sequel to his box office hit “Back to the Future.” When Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and “Doc” Emmet Brown (Christopher Lloyd) stepped out of the Delorean [...]

Student photographer defies illness, exhibits stunning works

By Tami Shepherd  @tamisphoto “Elements,” A photography show currently on display in the 4000 building features the photography of LPC student Ian Jones. The photos on display tell many stories, but one story they do not [...]

First Amendment rights protects on-campus petitioners

By Brianna Guillory  @BloatedNani Students may spot them on campus, especially during the first two weeks in the semester. They may look like ordinary students with a clipboard in hand and will lure a person in [...]