Beloved characters slashes reputation

Beloved characters slashes reputation

Kamryn Chavez, Experience Correspondent
February 23, 2023

“Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” is not a children’s movie. Pooh, the beloved children’s character, stars in what is essentially a slasher film. The movie is a twisted horror tale in which Pooh...

Fabric works illustrate multiple stories

Fabric works illustrate multiple stories

Aliyah Ramirez, Staff Writer
February 21, 2023

Creative works can be demonstrated through different mediums and start a conversation.  Oakland fabric artist, Alice Beasley showcased her outlook on life through quilts, inspired to spread awareness...

Guild brings Energy to the LMC Art Gallery

Guild brings ‘Energy’ to the LMC Art Gallery

Aidan Lindell, Staff Writer
November 18, 2022

The Los Medanos College Art Gallery buzzed with energy at the Nov. 10 opening reception of the latest new show.  The exhibit, “Delta Energy,” features acrylic paintings, photographs, and one beaded...

Despite the fun gameplay, its hard to recommend this game in its current state.

‘Overwatch 2’ is not for you

Michael Benedian, Editor-in-Chief
October 6, 2022

Fans of the Blizzard Entertainment game “Overwatch” have been waiting for the release of its sequel for almost three years and the day of its release has finally come. “Overwatch 2” launched on...

Art Gallery begins to fill up with attendees

Roll Call Exhibition’s first opening a success

Michael Benedian, Editor-in-Chief
September 22, 2022

There are many talented minds within the Los Medanos faculty and to showcase their creativity, a faculty art show titled the Roll Call Exhibition is being held. Gallery Director Carol Ladewig put together...

The gallery is a work in progress as it gets prepped for the upcoming show.

LMC staff creativity to be on display

Mohammad Najimi, Staff Writer
September 8, 2022

The Los Medanos Faculty Gallery Show will be making its in-person return after 2 years on Thursday, Sept. 15 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Gallery within the Library. There were a total of 36 pieces...

The four main characters from left to right: Neenah, Kevin, Eli and The Boss in the fictional city of Santo Ileso, based on Las Vegas.

‘Saint’s Row’ reboot misses the mark and flops

Atreyu Hinckley, Staff Writer
September 8, 2022

  When it comes to Saints Row, many remember the first two games of the Saints Row series, which were notoriously called out for being a fun Grand Theft Auto rip-off, while others remember the...

Carol Ladewig holds Tring Has artwork while they talk about it.

Student Art Exhibit returns to campus

Michael Benedian, Staff Writer
May 4, 2022

There are so many talented artists in Los Medanos College that are hidden among the community. The next person you bump into on-campus may just be the next Picasso, set to shake the art world with their...

Poster for Elden Ring.

‘Elden Ring’: From Software’s biggest achievement

Dylan Davidson, Staff Writer
March 9, 2022

In June of 2019, decorated game studio From Software released a trailer for their upcoming game “Elden Ring,” teasing a few short clips from the game and announcing that George R.R Martin, author of...

The annual faculty and staff art show, Roll Call, is set up virtually to resemble an in-person gallery.

Virtual gallery puts LMC faculty and staff artistry on display

Dylan Davidson, Staff Writer
October 12, 2021

The Los Medanos College art department’s latest virtual gallery has gone live. The gallery is titled Role Call, and displays various works from LMC faculty and staff. While COVID-19 restrictions...

MVC Light 3 watercolor painting.

Faculty creativity highlighted in virtual show opening Sept. 13

Sarina Grossi, Editor-in-Chief
September 5, 2021

Art is an expression meant for the human eye and desires to be seen. For many artists, the restrictions put in place by the pandemic have proven to be difficult, especially when it comes to showcasing...

Professor Eric Sanchez uses his phone to instruct a class during the pandemic.

Art instructors draw on new techniques during pandemic

Faith Lloyd, Staff Writer
March 10, 2021

Has COVID-19 attacked creativity? Art professors and students alike continue to encounter barriers that prevent them from properly practicing their craft, but somehow, they are finding new ways to break...

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