Archive for Tag Archives: ' college'

Psychology professor Cynthia Ross shares with the Express

What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Love yourself. Realize your potential. Be confident. What is your favorite food from the LPC cafeteria? I like the rice bowl with chicken and veggies. What did you [...]

Nelson Mandela, freedom fighter, dies at 95

Christopher Torchia and Marcus Eliason Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world’s most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison [...]

Barry Russell takes the reins as the latest LPC president

At 8 a.m., he entered the presiential suite with a dozen boxes, prepared to get set up as soon as possible to personalize the office and make it his own. He wanted to make sure he also had time that day to walk [...]

Feature — Talk Hawks’ superior preparation paves path to success

Bekka Wiedenmeyer Managing Editor The secret to the rampant success of the Talk Hawks isn’t genetics. It isn’t a special gift for speaking or some other intangible element. Instead, it’s a simple recipe. Not easy, but [...]

Commentary — more must be done to combat bad driving

Brandon Clutter Staff Writer Running through stop signs. Spinning donuts in the parking lots. Speeding nearly 20 miles per hour (mph) around campus. The quality of driving on the campus of Las Positas College is arguably [...]

Water refilling stations delivering hydration around campus

Will Tanner A&E Editor It’s something people consume on a daily basis. An essential part of any working ecosystem, life would not survive without it. Water plays a vital role in their lives. On campus we [...]

Look up, there’s a whole world in front of you

The same robots that are used to kill and spy on people will, in the next few years, be able to deliver that DVD copy of the entire series run of “Gilmore Girls” you’ve been itching [...]

Men’s soccer eliminated from playoffs ending best season since 1997

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer The best season for LPC soccer since 1997. That’s what the 2013 Hawks were able to achieve as they got back to the playoffs for the first time in over a decade. [...]

LPC cross country finishes first at State Championships

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer Led by record-breaking standout Abraham Espinoza, the LPC men’s cross-country squad marched into the state’s biggest meet with high expectations. It was the State Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno, which took [...]

‘Frozen’ melts the icy heart of winter

William Tanner A&E Editor Disney has done it again. The newest animated musical, “Frozen,” is a fantastical adaptation of a classic Hans Christian Anderson tale “The Ice Queen.” Set in the kingdom of Arendelle, Frozen is [...]