Archive for April, 2018

Fallen, Not Forgotten

Julia Coty @JULIACOTY Osama bin Laden. Afghanistan. Al Qaeda. 9/11. Grief. Loss. Agony. Sacrifice. This is what the families, loved ones and friends felt when they lost their heroes during the Global War on Terror. LPC [...]

Sneak peak in Heathers the musical

Compiled by Blake Sperling A film that once brought such broad and dark humor to the big screen in the late 1980s, filled with cliquey teenagers, hipster personalities, and a bullied kid killing off students he [...]

Easy solution to privacy woes: Delete social media

Tim Guan @TIM_GUAN30 Selfie, snap, and post: sharing your information with the world wide web sounds like a very private thing to do. As simple as a mouse click or screen tap, any privacy you thought [...]

Barr vs. Griffin: When does satire go too far?

Ian Jones @IDJONESPHOTOG Over break I learned that comedian Roseanne Barr, who has never shied away from controversy, had, in a 2009 photoshoot for a satirical Jewish magazine, dressed as Hitler eating burnt gingerbread men. Of [...]

Meet ASLPC: Jasleen Gill

Julia Coty @JULIACOTY Q: Where are you from? A: I was born in Fremont and moved to Manteca, then Pleasanton for six years and then we bought a house in Dublin. Q: When did you start [...]

Interim president is here to stay, for now

Elizabeth Joy @ELIZABE3603091 The dynamic of two roles here at Las Positas College, president and vice-president, is difficult to manage, but this fusion of two different professional specialties brings something new to the table. Roanna Bennie, [...]

Athletic director works to elevate the Hawks

Devin Bradshaw @devinbradshaw_ Papers everywhere, scattered all across the desk. Two computers open full of information and pages open. In the Physical Education Complex, out a big window behind the computers you can look out and [...]

‘Alt-right’ club emerges on campus

Taylor Lobb @TAYLORLOBB Clinton Township, Mich. Spring 2006. Michigan State student Kyle Bristow, 19, leads a swarm of nearly 100 followers in a “straight power” rally across campus. The signs they held for the event were, [...]

Express Yourself:Would you use the phone charging stations?

Natalie Griffin, 21 Kinesiology Major That’s kind of cool, probably you know. I definitely wouldn’t use it a lot. If I was desperate and I really needed it, then yes for sure. It wouldn’t be an [...]

Student government spends thousands on phone chargers

Alexandra Lontoc @alexxllontoc Paper and pen just don’t cut it anymore. Phones, tablets and laptops are a quintessential tool for many college students. From note taking to doing research, these devices have become a major necessity [...]