Archive for Tag Archives: ' california'

Brokechella — Don’t have money to blow on Coachella? We got you.

Compiled by Alexandra Lontoc and Christina Vargas @ALEXXLLONTOC  @CHRISTINA_VARG Ditch the eight hour drive. Leave behind the camping and overpriced hotels. Take back your five-day time off request. With all the hype during festival season surrounding [...]

ASLPC teams with CalWORKS to battle hunger

By Grace Ramsey @JGR7797 Las Positas’s students are in need of food. A cry for help shown from a survey done last semester by ASLPC that 112 out of the 210 students surveyed said, “that they [...]

Stephen Hawking’s death

By Ian Jones @IDJONESPHOTOG On March 14, the world lost one of the greatest scientific minds since Albert Einstein. Professor Stephen Hawking of Cambridge University was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s Disease – which can kill within [...]

Eckles looking to lead swim team to championship

By Devin Bradshaw @DEVINTHEGREAT96 The Hawks diligent pursuit of a championship is in full swing. Leading the way for the men: sophomore Ryan Eckles. He’s the Hawks’ burner in the water and is undefeated in 50-meter [...]

Trump administration affects financial aid

By Tim Guan @TIM_GUAN30 Under the Trump administration, plans to change federal student aid have been overhauled for the 2018-2019 school year. With House Republicans intent to reauthorize federal law overseeing institutes of higher education, proposals [...]

Editorial-Oakland mayor Schaaf

Oakland mayor Schaaf made the correct decision in warning her community Compiled by The Express staff On Feb. 24, Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf issued a warning to residents that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents were [...]

LPC offers over $400K in scholarships

By Alex Lontoc @ALEXXLLONTOC Education is not cheap. Many college students work long shifts or part-time jobs to pay for classes on top of living expenses. Having access to scholarships is a big weight off their [...]

Editorial- #ENOUGH

Editorial from The Express staff Thoughts and prayers do not initiate change, but action does. And one of those actions is the series of walkouts students across the nation are planning.  Las Positas students should be [...]

New degrees for LPC in Fall 2018

Brandon Byrne @brandonbyrne18 Students wanting to Transfer with AA- T degree to the four year institution needs to be aware of possible snags. Las Positas College offers Associate Arts Degree with transfer to four-year colleges. The [...]

Downtown Livermore’s new look

By Crysta Cross The city of Livermore will begin the first leg of their downtown revitalization plan later this spring, with the stripping of the dirt parking lot between Railroad and First Street. In place, a [...]