Mustangs recover with win

Andrew Gonzalez
October 26, 2017

The Los Medanos College Mustangs took it to the San Jose City College Jaguars by scoring three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, after having gone back and forth for most of their contest, to cap off a...

Hispanic Heritage celebrated in dance

Hispanic Heritage celebrated in dance

Brenna Enos, Features Editor
October 12, 2017

National Hispanic Heritage Month festivities at Los Medanos College continued Wednesday evening, with Lotería Night — a fun-filled evening hosted by the Puente Program and Puente Club at LMC The...

LMC Quarterback Sohail Mohsini attempts to make a pass to his wide-receiver against the Cabrillo College Seahawks.

Football continues perfect run

Hugo Calderon, Staff Writer
October 12, 2017

Los Medanos College Quarterback Sohail Mohsini lead the Mustangs to a 46-20 win over Cabrillo, throwing three touchdown passes and extending the team’s winning streak to 5-0. LMC's Jelani Davis was...

LMC gives students ‘A Place’ for discussion

Jordan Neel, [email protected]
October 3, 2017

LMC’s A Place to Talk program has helped students and faculty bond and discuss divisive issues in a safe, moderated environment. The one-hour session is designed to provide a safe space for students,...

Smoking is bad for everyone

Kayla Wells
September 14, 2017

Smoking cigarettes hurts not just the person smoking but also everyone who is around them. According to lungs.org, there are approximately 600 ingredients in cigarettes that, when burned, create more...

Being undecided has an upside

Haylee Stevens
September 14, 2017

Your first two years at any higher education is a time to narrow down your interests to potentially choose a major. Choosing a major isn't something we should rush or allow outside sources to dictate....

Suiting up for Channel Challenge

Suiting up for Channel Challenge

Brenna Enos, [email protected]
August 31, 2017

Whenever LMC Biology professor Briana McCarthy is not in the classroom, she has been swimming mile-long laps in the San Francisco Bay to train for her swim across the English Channel. Part of a five-person...

Trustee’s use of funds questioned

Tensions rose over the summer in the Contra Costa County Community College District Governing Board when member Greg Enholm was questioned about use of funds by the board’s president. Board President...

Yes, white supremacy is still a thing in 2017

Yes, white supremacy is still a thing in 2017

STAFF, [email protected]
August 25, 2017

By now, you’re probably aware of the White Supremacist rallies and counter protests popping up in Charlottesville, Virginia as a result of the removal of several confederate statues. And for some reason,...

District responds to VA violence

District responds to VA violence

Adria Watson, [email protected]
August 24, 2017

Following the “Unite the Right” rally on the University of Virginia campus Aug. 12, the Chancellor and Presidents from all three of the CCCD college’s sent out a district wide email to students,...

Tips for a rockin year

Welcome Back LMC Mustangs! Fall semester has begun and hopefully everyone is ready to “get-err-done.” OK, I admit it that sounded so much better in my head and like Larry the Cable Guy, let me adjust...

Los Medanos College womens soccer teammates Rachel Minor and Sydney Torrano tackle for the ball during practice while Leah Brackenridge  follows.

Soccer squad aims for bounce-back year

The Los Medanos College women’s soccer team experienced a tough season last year. The Stangs ended the campaign with a record of 2-7-1, resulting in a .250 winning percentage. The team is looking to...

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