Archive for Tag Archives: ' las positas college'

ASLPC election turnouts fall short

The voter turnout out for the 2012 Presidential Election was 57.5 percent, according to the Center for the Study of the American Electorate. And that percentage was far greater than the approximate 10 percent voter turnout [...]

Ke Zhang – lifelong learner, model student and eternal athlete

William Tanner Editor-in-Chief It wasn’t something to be left behind. Carefully he split it in half and folded it to be able to take it on the plane. Rust appeared through the paint, showing the wear [...]

Voters bring back representatives, welcome BART to Livermore

Shelby Escott Features Editor The polls are closed and the votes are in — mostly. There were some nail biters as well as some landslides. But the voters have spoken. These are the results the people [...]

The beginning of the end for old buildings

Laura Cameron News Editor The 100 building now stands empty as plans move forward to update the lower campus.  The 100, 200 and 300 buildings will be torn down and replaced with a modern two-story building [...]

The Bill Buchanan story

William Tanner Editor-in-chief When Bill Buchanan started taking Sophie Rheinheimer’s Walk for Fitness class in 2001, he wasn’t the fastest. He had trouble just making it through the class without being winded. His crowning achievement in [...]

Behind the curtain of ‘Comedy of Errors’

Shelby Escott Features Editor The once-empty stage, home to a lone rolling door, was cluttered with props and scenery. Mood lighting and screens faded out to reveal what looked like stone benches and columns framing the [...]

Revamped men’s basketball team tips off

Martin Gallegos STAFF WRITER The Las Positas College men’s basketball team underwent a complete renovation over this past offseason. A grand total of one player from last season is returning to the team. The rest of [...]

Successful Giants season ends in flames

Kalama Hines Sports Editor Led by the dominant and historic pitching performance of World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner, the Giants authored their third championship in five years. But for many Giants fans, the night turned sour [...]

Editorial: Our life is only ours to control

On Nov. 1, 29-year-old Brittany Maynard fulfilled her wish to end her own life. In her final months, Maynard became the face of Oregon’s “death with dignity act.” Now many question whether there should be a [...]

Midterm election runs blood red

You just elected a bunch of terrible human beings to the United States Congress, America. Congratulations. You did it. You made sure last night’s midterm election sucked. Despite all kinds of real measurable progress we’ve made [...]