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Adjust bookstore policy for students

Staff
January 28, 2016
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

If community college were a person, its middle name would be flexibility. Flexibility with undecided majors, age groups, work schedules, people who have children and just flexible education options as a whole. Why is it then that the biggest pocket-emptier on campus, the student bookstore, has one...

Are we numb to mass murder?

December 3, 2015
Filed under Editorial

Wednesday morning welcomed yet again news of another mass shooting this time in San Bernardino. There were 14 casualties and 17 injured which is certainly a tragic thing to have occurred, but because the 335th mass shooting of 2015, it’s hard to feel a truly deep sense of sadness due to the fact that...

Don’t blame all Muslims for acts of terrorism

Staff
November 18, 2015
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

There is no correct way to deal with tragedy. Some people cry, some are angry and others become distant all of which are understandable. However, what is not acceptable to do in the midst of tragedy, is blame the innocent and make false accusations against a community of people solely based upon their...

Work together, effect change

November 12, 2015
Filed under Editorial

Have you ever had an issue within your local community that you wish more people knew about? Well that’s what we’re here for. We’re here for you, for the community, to use this newspaper as its megaphone, its problem solver, it first response crew, its source of news. We as the staff of “The...

Come check out some live books

Staff
October 29, 2015
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Every Los Medanos College student member needs to go to the Library’s event Books Alive! 2015. The theme is “Advice from Human Books About Careers.” Everyone is invited to come and check out a human book, and learn about specific careers from people who work in that field. Students should be tak...

Drug abuse is ignored today

Staff
October 27, 2015
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Drug abuse in today’s generation, isn’t taken seriously enough. In the wake of Lamar Odom’s drug induced coma, discussions have begun circling around the lack of seriousness surrounding the issue of drug abuse. If you where to go around this campus and ask students and the administration alike if...

Some majors lack support

LMC Experience staff
October 15, 2015
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

It’s become increasingly apparent that continuing support from both local and international businesses is beneficial not only to current and future students at Los Medanos College, but also to the local communities in which they will soon be entering as trained professionals and the companies themselves...

Prioritize campus safety

Staff
October 8, 2015
Filed under Editorial

The tragedy at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon has inspired talks of safety and reform around the nation. The tragedy took place Thursday, Oct. 1. A 26-year-old student shot and killed nine people — eight students and a professor — and injured nine others. The youngest victim was just...

Explore vocational studies

LMC Experience Staff
October 1, 2015
Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Vocational training at a community college is a favorable option for students, industry partners and the community. With the rapid advancement of technology and the growing global competition, more and more students are taking advantage of vocational training. Other students should look into schools...

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