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Plastic straw build up ignites a new frontier for coastline businesses

By Taylor Lobb @taylorlobb Plastic tools that are used for a few minutes, only to contribute to a lasting detriment on the environment. Straws are non biodegradable, and were the “sixth most commonly collected item during [...]

State budget threatens college funding

By Elizabeth Joy @elizabe53603091 Las Positas College could be under siege in the money department. Governor Jerry Brown released the May revision of the state budget, which occurs annually every spring.  This version reflects all changes [...]

European study trip signups open

By Laura Caine @troublecaine Students at Las Positas have the opportunity to study abroad in central Europe next year with  english professor Catherine M. Eagan between the dates of June 5 to 17, 2019. This journey [...]

Best of Best raises over 100k for LPC Foundation

By Elizabeth Joy @elizabe53603091 Las Positas College has expanded and flourished over the years. The LPC Foundation fuses our college to the community, and together have been the causation of our campus growing so much in [...]

‘The Greatest Dance’ showcase highlights student talent

Alexandra Lontoc @alexxllontoc On Friday May 11, students from the Dance Production and Choreography class, also known as DANC6, will tip their hats and perform at the Mertes Performing Arts Center. “The Greatest Dance Showcase,” will [...]

Librarian honored after 30 years on the job

By Grace Ramsey @jgr7797 George Deukmjian is Governor of California. The NASA space shuttle Discovery is going back into orbit, after 3 years without a launch. The cold war is coming to its’ last years, resolution [...]

Russell retires, leaving legacy

By Alex Lontoc and Christina Vargas @ALEXXLLONTOC @CHRISTINA_VARG Accomplish your goals. Support what you believe in. Leave an imprint on the lives of others. The district officially announced Barry Russell’s retirement after he vowed to return [...]

Student government getting a new look

By Blake Sperling @RATIO_ ASLPC, which stands for Associated Students of Las Positas College, announced in during the Fall 2017 semester that they are in the process of changing their title, due to a case of [...]

City shuts down dispensary proposals

By Elijah Kutsenda @ELIJAHKUTSENDA_ Two proposed dispensaries are attempting to open in the Livermore and Sunol area. The city of Livermore and a business in Sunol have filed appeals to stop these dispensaries from opening. Despite [...]

Nationally recognized conservative 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, [...]