Archive for March, 2015

Disneyland’s age limit: Infinity

Brianna Guillory @BloatedNani Once upon a time there was a man with a vision. And that vision was to create a place that could be enjoyed by parents and children alike. A place where he could [...]

What to keep in mind when going to Disneyland

Disneyland is loaded with days of fun. But it can sometimes get overwhelming. The Express staff has gathered together to share their personal Disneyland tips to make your park stay run more smoothly.  [...]

Former students share how LPC shaped their future

Kalama Hines @KHines_Express Students were given the opportunity to query LPC graduates on how their time at Las Positas has helped them in their experience at a university. On Wednesday, March 25, the Biology Club hosted [...]

Transfer agreement reached with historically black colleges

Shayla Gasca @ShaylaMaritza Transfer agreement promises California Community College (CCC) students to transfer to nine of the historical black colleges and universities. On March 17, the CCC Board of Governors and the institutions’ leaders approved the [...]

NCAA players the only Cinderellas in this year’s tourney

I found myself plastered to the couch, entranced. Even without a vested interest, I am glued to the television. Cheering. Laughing. Screaming. The intensity increases as the clock minutes evaporate, all pointing to a riveting end [...]

Swim and Dive team rolling as championships nears

Martin Gallegos @martinGboxing  With only a few meets remaining, it is now crunch-time for the LPC swim and dive team. Head Coach Jason Craighead has been impressed with his team’s performance throughout the season and he [...]

ASLPC election turnouts fall short

The voter turnout out for the 2012 Presidential Election was 57.5 percent, according to the Center for the Study of the American Electorate. And that percentage was far greater than the approximate 10 percent voter turnout [...]

LPC student prepares for queen’s treatment

By Nicole Silveira @NSILVEIRA07 While dozens of students sat eager to hear her play, Erin McQueen strolled to her keyboard with fear in her eye. She sat at her keyboard ready to play, when the nervous [...]

LPC to save thousands annually with green initiative

Mitchell Mylius and Drea Chavez SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS 1.5 million dollars has landed on Las Positas College’s lap. And it will be used to save the college more money. Thanks to the grant from California [...]

Newly renovated library set to bring student-friendly atmosphere

Heather LeCon SPECIAL TO THE EXPRESS New computers. New furniture. New study rooms. A completely new layout. Everything about the renovated library will be new and improved. The goal for the new library is to give [...]