Archive for October, 2017

LPC offers free Office 365 for students

Rachel Hanna @RACHELCH97 Most people enjoy receiving free things, especially when it comes to school. Saving a few bucks here and there will help students financially during their time in college. Las Positas College offers Office [...]

What it takes to be the MVP in college soccer

Justine Chavez @JUSTINECHAVEZ01 Jake Foscalina leads the team with 22 points. He has ten goals and two assists and in those two games, both were won by Las Positas. He has emerged as the Hawks’ best [...]

Undefeated Hawks set their eyes on a conference title

Christopher Hartwell @SILIENCESEEN Undefeated– that is what opponents of this years women’s soccer team will be thinking when they face the Las Positas college women’s soccer team On Oct. 24, 2017, the Las Positas women’s soccer [...]

‘The Water Engine’ provides plot set to radio programming

Alexandra Lontoc @ALEXXLLONTOC As the lights go dim, students clad in wide suits, suspenders and flared dresses take center stage and bring their audience back to 1930s Chicago for a broadcasting of a radio play. On [...]

Neuroscientist sheds light on human behavior, the brain at LPC

Rachel Hanna @RACHELCH97 For students who are interested in learning about why we do what we do as humans, hearing neuroscientist Dr. Robert Sapolsky speak in the main theater on Thurs. Oct. 12 at 7:00 P.M. [...]

New fee proposed so students can ride free

Tim Guan @TIM_GUAN30 The new transportation proposal devised by the student government aims to create an affordable and free transportation service to all students– at the cost of a new fee students will have to pay. [...]

Las Positas community reaches out to fire victims

Christopher Hartwell @SILENCESEEN As some areas face the grim prospect of their belongings being claimed to the ash and scorched earth left behind by the California blazes, community colleges like Las Positas have reached out in [...]

Anti-Zionism is just another name for anti-semitism

Tim Guan @TIM_GUAN30 Some people say “Israel has no right to exist.” Others say, “Israel and its Jews are one of the greatest evils in this world.” Some even say they want the “Utter and complete [...]

Coming out is a long walk towards understanding

Jennifer Snook @sirjid It’s still chilly on the Monday evening when I go out for a walk with my mother. Me going for a walk is unusual, especially at the same time as her, and she [...]

Disabilities should not be a death sentence in disasters

Ian D. Jones @IDJONESPHOTOG The recent – and as of this writing, ongoing – fires burning across the state hit rather close to home for me when Christina Hanson, a Santa Rosa resident lost her life [...]