Archive for May, 2015

A Boycott on Star Wars

By Kalama Hines A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Only white people were allowed. At least that is what a massive group of alleged Star Wars fans have said with the use [...]

Student Parents Sacrifice for More than just Grades

By Brianna Guillory Being a student takes motivation. Having a job takes discipline. Being a parent takes patience. Juggling all three of these occupations at the same time takes the art of organization, prioritization, a little [...]

LPC to hire 17 new full-time faculty

Christian Rose @feedcrose In the heart of Las Positas College’s performing arts center, tip-taps of a keyboard, email notifications, and an intermittingly ringing telephone break the silence. Cindy Browne-Rosefield is the college’s only full-time music faculty [...]

LPC Alum shares journey to becoming Bay Area news anchor

Nicole Silveira @nsilveira07 Gasia Mikaelian, Las Positas alum and KTVU news anchor, visited her former campus on Friday, May 8 to discuss what it took to get from an LPC student to her dream job as [...]

For California, brown is the new green

Shayla Gasca @shaylamaritza The grass is green when it’s watered – except in California. California is in a severe drought. The drought not only affects LPC students, but it affects California residents, farmers and tourists. [...]

Talk Hawks end season with awards in triple digits

Brianna Guillory  @BloatedNani Students Katie Lai and Trevor March walk on stage at the Main Stage Theater, to perform a duo interpretation program about a wife with epilepsy and the struggles that she and her husband [...]

warriors fever hits Sauced in Livermore

Martin Gallegos @martinGboxing It may have only been a crowd of about 100, but the energy made it feel like 10,000. Golden State Warriors fans from all over the bay area crammed Sauced BBQ and Spirits [...]

Hawks break multiple records at state championships

Martin Gallegos @martinGboxing Records were broken like they were going out of style. The Hawks traveled to East Los Angeles College for the CCCAA State Swimming and Diving Championships, the biggest meet of the season. [...]

Americans scare too easily

The United States of America is under a legitimate threat of danger. The constant fear of “predictable terrorism” has prompted the U.S. military to raise its threat level on bases to Threat Level Bravo – the [...]

Advice for student registration

Nicholas Biria @NicholasBiria As the semester closes and summer approaches, students are faced with new challenges. Between studying for finals and planning for summer, the priority date for registration is approaching for fall and summer classes. [...]