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Students share stories

Kimberly Stelly, [email protected],com
November 17, 2016
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Five students were chosen to speak to an audience of their peers during Los Medanos College’s second successful “Evening of Cultural Conversations.” The event held Tuesday, Nov. 15 in L-109 was meant to invite the audience to understand the personal struggles and journeys of each speaker. The event led by...

Holiday decor examined

Adria Watson, [email protected]
November 3, 2016
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The Halloween spirit that had livened up the Student Service Building came to a halt just prior to the actual holiday, following a mandate from Senior Dean of Student Services Gail Newman instructing the departments inside the building, including Admissions and Records, to be culturally sensitive about...

Debate team talks Proposition 58

Tyler Mortimore, [email protected]
November 3, 2016
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Library Room L-109 was transformed into a debate hall Wednesday night as the Los Medanos debate team set out to argue the pros and cons of California’s Proposition 58, a ballot initiative that would repeal the 18 year-old Proposition 228 and allow schools to adopt bilingual curriculum models. “There are a lot of...

Death penalty back on ballot

Beatriz Hernandez, [email protected]
November 3, 2016
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A hot topic often discussed in class, the death penalty is back on the ballot with two propositions. The first initiative, Prop 62, focuses on repealing the death penalty, while a yes vote on Prop 66 looks to change death penalty procedures to speed up the appeals process. This is not the first time...

LMC students voice political opinions

Cassie Dickman, [email protected]
November 3, 2016
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Based on a political survey about the election conducted by the Los Medanos College Experience over the past few weeks, the verdict is clear — students aren’t happy with their choices. This attitude coincides with the overall theme of how most millennials have been reported to view this election nat...

Art exhibit shares holiday tradition with LMC community

Art exhibit shares holiday tradition with LMC community

Cameron Toth, [email protected]
November 3, 2016
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The LMC Art Department and the Puente Club are hosting a Dia De Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, themed art gallery exhibit from Nov. 1 to Dec. 7 in the LMC Art Gallery. The décor includes welcoming colorful skulls, drawings, sculptures, paintings and a heavily decorated altar draped in bright colored clo...

‘Major’ event held at LMC

‘Major’ event held at LMC

Perry Continente and Lillian R. Ramirez
November 3, 2016
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The Exploring Majors Fair provided an informative and friendly atmosphere last week for students looking to investigate possible majors and careers. The initial quiet of the outdoor quad belied the dull roar of the indoor one, which was busy Wednesday, Oct. 26 with faculty, staff and students hurrying bet...

Chancellor finalists chosen

Tyler Mortimore, [email protected]
October 28, 2016
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The students, staff and faculty who make up the Contra Costa Community College District will have the opportunity to get to know the three finalists for the district’s chancellor seat Monday, Oct. 31. The trio of candidates — Dr. Kindred Murillo, Dr. Fred Wood and Eugene Huff — will each be on a forum ...

Nejedly police report released

Cassie Dickman, [email protected]
October 28, 2016
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While the New Orleans Police Department’s incident report has shed some light on what officers discovered the night Contra Costa Community College District Governing Board Trustee John Nejedly’s body was found in his Louisiana hotel room, it has also raised more questions regarding how he actually die...

Gallo talks about communication

Gallo talks about communication

Beatriz Hernandez, [email protected]
October 28, 2016
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The husband and wife duo Carmine and Vanessa Gallo, gave a guest speech covering the topics of effective verbal and nonverbal communication expressed in his book “Talk like TED” Wednesday, Oct. 26 in L-109. The Los Medanos College department of communications, LMC Innovations Grant and the hono...

It was a day of enlightenment

It was a day of enlightenment

Andrew Gonzalez and Brooke Samson, Staff Writers
October 28, 2016
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Conversations about the next step in the transfer process filled Level Three of the College Complex as Transfer Day unfolded at Los Medanos College Tuesday, Oct. 25. More than 50 colleges attended, including those from the University of California and California State University systems, as well as ...

Ward 5 election update

Adria Watson, [email protected]
October 28, 2016
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As Election Day gets closer, the decision of who will be the Ward 5 Trustee is closing in on voters in the area. Whether it be incumbent Greg Enholm or challenger Fernando Sandoval, both candidates want to provide the best viable option for community members. Enholm holds priority in raising awareness fo...

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