Archive for Tag Archives: ' college'

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Editorial-Trump in California

Compiled by The Express staff On Mar. 13, President Trump visited California for the first time since he was elected. He came here to prove a point: the wall along the Mexico border is definitely coming. [...]

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 [...]

Talk Hawks claw the competition

By Crysta Cross and Elijah Kutsenda The word forensics has long meant the art of speechmaking and oral presentation. Coming from the Latin, forum or forensic before the 17th century, meaning “in open court, public discussion”, [...]

Hundal selected to First Team All-State

By Justine Chavez @Vivalaajustine The Hawks’ men basketball star Anand Hundal is officially one of the best community college players in California. The six foot ten sophomore center was selected for the 2017-2018 All-State team, announced [...]

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 [...]