Archive for September, 2015

Peruvian Artist shows simple beauty

          By Nicholas Biria Claudio Jimenez Quispe is a name you should remember after hearing about his work. Quispe has been an artist since he was a boy, and seeing beauty in [...]

Health Center Gets Stanford Support

            By Shayla Gasca @ShaylaMaritza The Las Positas College Health and Wellness Center has undergone an upgrade. Stanford Health Care bought out ValleyCare. And the offspring of that acquisition, Stanford Health [...]

Meet the New Leader of the Clubs

              By Mitchell Mylius Heytham Ali won the Inter-Club Council chair position Sept. 18, 2015. He took the election in a landslide ahead of his competitors Catherine Shearer and Angela-Gussi Toledo according to the poll announcement [...]

iOS 9 : The Good, The Bad, The Useless

              By Kalama Hines The approximately 50 million iPhone users in the USA, and countless more using iPads, were recently given access to the latest software out of the Apple [...]

The Flying Gourmet : A Touch and Go Experience

Check out this first-hand experience captured by Kirk Sylvester with Jim Jellison flying over the Tri-Valley. Great views of LPC! [...]

NFL Week I : We all Know Nothing

            By Martin Gallegos Everything you thought you knew about football is a lie, or at least that’s what week one of the new football sea- son exposed. All throughout the [...]

Letter from LPC Express Columnist, to the Haters

By Kalama Hines Thank you, Ian Scotts. Your repeated theft and disposal of the latest issue of the student-run Naked Magazine is a perfect reminder of why we are here. Your plan to censor the work [...]

Texas – 14-year old Muslim Student Interrogated for DIY Clock

            By Mitchell Mylius Ahmed Mohammed, a 14-year old Muslim student was allegedly detained on Sept. 14 after he brought a homemade clock that a teacher mistook for a bomb to his [...]

Barbara Mertes dies, age 85

Kalama Hines @HINESight_2020 Kalama Hines @HINESight_2020 Barbara Mertes, the first dean of what is now Las Positas College, died Friday at the age of 85. Mertes was an integral part of the LPC community since it [...]

Art Director Position Yet to be Filled after Bill Paskewitz Passing

By Eric Pineda Despite the passing of beloved Las Positas instructor Bill Paskewitz, the art department is working to pick up his responsibilities and to continue Paskewitz’s legacy. As an art teacher and director of the [...]