Archive for April, 2016

ASLPC Election Results

By Glenn Wohltmann @GLENNERGY Eric Pineda was elected president of the Associated Students of Las Positas College in voting that wrapped up late last month. Pineda ran on a platform that included making campus life simpler [...]

Battle of the Bands Competition Photo

The Battle of the Bands competition was held at LPC on Saturday April 16 and hosted by Radio Las Positas. Truth Without Fear won the competition after going one on one with the band Prodigal. [...]

College gives community free Microsoft suite access

By C.J. Peterson @CJPeterson51 For years, students across the nation have been forced to pay astronomical amounts of money for resources necessary to complete their courses. Arguably the most utilized, and expensive, resources have been those [...]

Student clubs throw Masquerade Ball

By Mitchell Mylius @mitchellmylius Leg-twisting for others on the dance floor, but seemingly fluid for Ballroom Dance Club(BDC) Vice President Che Akhundov as he taught LPC students how to take small steps and sway those hips. [...]

Math a problem for many

As I’ve written previously, money is tight for the disabled. I make just under $900 a month in Supplemental Security Income (SSI). So the option to go past my Bachelor’s degree was never really there for [...]

Student by day, musician by night

By Morgan Brizee @morgan_brizee Standing on Pier 39 in front of the Hard Rock Cafe strumming the guitar and singing to one of Journey’s songs to strangers on a Saturday: This is what Jay Moini does [...]

Taekwondo grandmaster’s focus is key to success

By Carleen Surrena @surrena_c   In Korean, Taekwondo means “the way of the foot and fist.” For Grandmaster Jun Cheol Yoon, Taekwondo instructor at Las Positas, it was natural for him to begin practicing the martial [...]

Families pay high price for small crimes

@GLENNERGY1 A good friend of mine is a self-confessed thug. He has multiple felony convictions for drug sales, drug possession, a couple of grand thefts and burglaries. He’s turned his life around. Thanks to a 12-step [...]

Student elections to end Saturday at midnight

It’s not too late to vote for student leaders for the upcoming term. The election opened last weekend and will run through midnight Saturday. Voting is online only. Student who want to vote need to log [...]

Kobe’s last game, but nobody’s watching

A column By CJ Peterson Wednesday, April 13th marks the end of an era. For the better part of two decades, the world has been captivated by the second coming of M.J. Hate him or love [...]