DSPS hosting event

DSPS hosting event

Adriana Ivanoff and Krys Shahin, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

The Disabled Students Programs and Services program hopes to help all Los Medanos College students find a better balance in their lives by putting on a movie event to raise mental awareness. This event is scheduled to happen Oct. 2 in the library room L-109 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. providing all stud...

Food Review: Mehran Restaurant

Food Review: Mehran Restaurant

September 23, 2019

Restaurant Description: Located on 3841 Railroad Ave. in Pittsburg, Mehran Restaurant serves a variety of Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Mehran features mix of authentic foods such as tikka masala, naan bread, lamb vindaloo, and more. Along with their meat options, Mehran serves vegetarian options in t...

Staff shows colors to community

Art students visit the gallery during its opening reception Thursday, Sept. 12.

Adriana Ivanoff, Perspectives Editor

September 20, 2019

The staff art exhibit was opened to the public Sept. 12 and was put together by Los Medanos College art director, and fellow featured artist, Carol Ladewig. The art show thrived on interpretation from the viewer and people sharing various ideas to mold themes from the art to enjoy it. For Ladewig, ...

LMC celebrates LatinX culture

Belem Naranjo (left) and Julia Aranda wrap and plate Brazilian and Peruvian foods to raise money for their LatinX Club.

Charles Reed, Staff Writer

September 20, 2019

As a part of Latin Heritage Month, the LMC Latin clubs held a joint fundraising event with representatives from Puente, La Raza, LatinX Leadership, United by Dreams, and SACNAS. This event was held on Monday Sept. 16th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The celebration had a positive impact on the Latin community. ...

Movie Review: ‘IT: Chapter 2’

Movie Review: 'IT: Chapter 2'

September 13, 2019

Movie Summary: “IT Chapter Two,” sequel to 2017’s horror hit “It,” was released in theaters Sept. 6. Set 27 years after the supposed defeat of Pennywise, the precursor’s main villain, the original gang finds themselves aged and back in their hometown for one last battle with the evil clo...

Musical sends audience to heaven

The cast of “Sister Act” rocks the pews and shares the love during their opening weekend, closing out their Sunday, Sept. 8 performance at the Pittsburg Community Theatre.

Erick Amaya, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

Pittsburg Community Theatre’s [PCT] opening night of “Sister Act” was welcomed with a sold-out theater. After much anticipation, the curtains for the performance finally opened Sept. 8, shortly after 8 p.m. in Downtown Pittsburg to an excited and eager audience. The play’s director, Dianna Schep...

Heavenly Performance of Sister Act Sells Out

The cast of

Erick Amaya, Staff Writer

September 10, 2019

Pittsburg Community Theatre’s [PCT] opening night of “Sister Act” was welcomed with a sold-out theater. After much anticipation, the curtains for the performance finally opened Sept. 8, shortly after 8 p.m. in Downtown Pittsburg to an excited and eager audience.  The play’s director, Dianna Schepers, was ...

Food Pantry is open to students in need

Abner Monter, student associate for the Food Pantry at Los Medanos college, stocks shelves on Thursday.

Krys Shahin, Editor-in-Chief

September 5, 2019

A large, unlabeled, brown bag may be the difference between having food for the next few days or nothing to eat for those who depend on Los Medanos College food pantry. The program allows any student to get free items that they need, once a day. “As long as you’re a student and have a physical ID...

A galloping success

Erick Amaya • Experience
Teresea Archaga, director of Student Life, distributes food to students while Sabrina Kwist, dean of Equity and Inclusion, converses with a student during Mustang Day August 28.

Erick Amaya, Staff writer

September 5, 2019

Mustang Day kicked off the fall semester with free food, provided by the Office of Student Life, and a booth for Student Services to assist students with any questions or concerns Wednesday August 29 in the outdoor quad.  Many student services and clubs were present in an effort to attract new stu...

Movie Review: ‘Don’t Let Go’

Movie Summary: “Don’t Let Go,” starring David Oyelowo and Storm Reid, was released on Aug. 30. Jack Radcliff (Oyelowo, right) receives a haunting phone call from his recently murdered niece Ashley (Reid). Jack, a detective, travels through time and technology to prevent Ashley’s murder. The movie runs for 1 hour and 47 minutes and is rated R.

September 5, 2019

Spencer Batute: “Don’t Let Go” is a well-produced, tightly directed sci-fi sleuth story that struggles to support the weight of its top-heavy plot. The quality of acting is what you expect from a Hollywood hit, with decent enough writing behind it. The synth-heavy, minimalist score is superb an...

Rock the pews with play

Rock the pews with play

Katie Loughran, @Katie__Loughran

September 5, 2019

Pittsburg Community Theatre is set to “Rock the Pews” this Saturday with their upcoming performance of “Sister Act”.  The musical, based on the hit 1992 musical comedy film of the same name, will be directed by Dianna Schepers this September.  Los Medanos College student Brianna Pe...

Staff gets artfully expressive

Close-up shot of a bust by Julee Richardson, titled “The Things I’ve Seen.”

Spencer Batute, @BatuteSpencer

September 5, 2019

The first art exhibit of the fall 2019 semester will open Sept. 12 and will comprise contributions by various faculty and staff members. The exhibit will be open to viewers Monday through Friday from 12:30 to 6 p.m. and will run from Sept. 12 to Oct. 13. The exhibit will have no specific content or medium; ...

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