Archive for September, 2017

Trump places DACA under review

Changes made to DACA will affect 800,000 Julia Coty @JULIACOTY The immigration policy known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, had a pretty short lifespan. It was created for minors who entered the country [...]

Dear congress, disabled lives matter too

Ian D. Jones @IDJONESPHOTOG It seems as though every minority group in the country has been under attack or scrutiny in the past year, and I thought, “surely the disabled are safe.” … Then they came [...]

The right to bear arms is undeniable

Tim Guan @TEXASCOWBOY30 With the call for newer gun reform legislation—which roughly translates to stricter gun laws­—congress has been their usual incompetent self in achieving any outright reasonable gun reform legislation without sacrificing the Second Amendment [...]

Fighting gun control, fueling terrorists

 Taylor Lobb @TAYLORLOBB The controversy that exists surrounding gun control can be found in every crevice of the country. Such a heated topic is becoming something difficult to leave unaddressed, with tragedies sweeping the nation, affecting [...]

Math pre-requisites will be eliminated in 2018

Jen Burnett @JENBURNETT11 Math Pre-Requisites will soon be eliminated Come Fall 2018, students will be happy to hear that come math prerequisites to complete general education requirements for their AA or transfer degree will be a [...]

Women’s soccer continues to dominate

Justine Chavez  @JUSTINECHAVEZ01 Women’s soccer starts off the season strong with their 4-1-2 record. Coming off their best season yet, the Las Positas women’s soccer team is determined to have another successful year. They kicked off [...]

The Best Latte Art In The East Bay

Christopher Hartwell @SILIENCESEEN As groggy students awaken to another day at school, the need for caffeine is a constant when facing a day of lectures and note taking. Coffee is a part of our culture, for [...]

Communication through movement

Alex Lontoc @ALEXXLLONTOC Communication through movement Picture a beautiful lush forest in Sweden, four American dancers, five horses, six autistic Swedish performers—and the dancers have a deadline to perform in front of a crowd. “Hästdans på [...]

‘It’ grabs on to you and won’t let go

Hunter Melone @HUNTER_MELONE Is “It” Good? With great characters and phenomenal story presentation, “It” easily takes the position as the best horror film to come out in 2017 so far. Based on Stephen King’s novel “It” [...]

Don’t Fall Asleep in Fantasy Football

Devin Bradshaw @DevinTheGreat96 Fantasy Sports is a $7 billion industry with more than 59 million participants. On average, players spend $556 in a given 12-month period on league-related costs, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association. [...]