Met Gala shakes things up

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

May 9, 2019

The 2019 Met Gala, held in New York every year did not disappoint. What many don’t know about the event, is that it’s formally known as the Costume Institute Gala. It also serves as an annual fundraiser. What it’s more commonly known for are the eccentric costumes worn by celebrities from all walks of en...

Editorial 5/3/19

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

May 2, 2019

With the recent release of the Mueller report, the world was able to read the conclusions to the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election. U.S. Attorney General William Barr was tasked with delivering the summary of this report’s findings to Congress, a task that would soon see contro...

Editoral 4/26/19

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

April 25, 2019

The fire that engulfed the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris captivated the world.  The famed cathedral is home to religious artifacts like the crown of thorns worn by Jesus Christ during his crucifixion. It is also home to other famous relics like the tunic of Saint Louis and much more. France has ralli...

It’s Mueller time

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

April 18, 2019

Under the cloud of speculation and anticipation, the Mueller report on the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, was finally released to the public Thursday, April 18. Upon the report’s release, Attorney General Bill Barr held a spin session under the guise of a press conference. Wh...

Community mourns for Nipsey Hussle

Nick Campbell, @nicky_charles

April 11, 2019

Anyone familiar with the hip hop music genre understands the community aspect of it. Since its founding roots, hip-hop music and its fan base have always been connected at the hip. When one of its great performers dies, particularly in tragedy, it hits the community hard. With the recent murder of Nipse...

A clinic in real leadership

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

March 21, 2019

In one of the deadliest mass shooting in New Zealand’s history, the Christchurch Mosque terrorist attack captivated the media’s attention and shocked the world. Carried out by an avowed white supremacist, the entire attack was captured on the killer’s GoPro camera and live streamed on Facebook. ...

What can be done to end police shootings?

Nick Campbell, @TheNCexperience

March 7, 2019

Last year in Sacramento, police shot and killed a 22-year old man named Stephon Clark. As is the case with most police shootings of black suspects, the man was unarmed. The confrontation began with a foot chase by Sacramento police that ended in the backyard of Clark’s grandmother's house. According ...

Congress gets all the tea

Nick Campbell, @TheNCExperience

February 28, 2019

Michael Cohen, former attorney to President Trump, publicly testified to Congress this week. Cohen went into careful and substantiated detail about his dealings as Trump's attorney. The highlights included previously known things like the President’s alleged affairs with multiple women, including ...

Don’t jump to conclusions

Nick Campbell, @TheNCexperience

February 21, 2019

The case of Jussie Smollet dominated the news cycle for the last few weeks. Smollet, a San Francisco Bay Area native, stars in the hit Fox musical “Empire.” Smollet claims he was assaulted in Chicago and gave a description of white men in “MAGA” hats. Smollet also claims they poured bleach on hi...

Key issues being walled off

February 7, 2019

Unless you have been under a rock over the Winter break, or otherwise out of the loop, you’ve surely heard about the government shutdown in Washington, D.C. Shutdowns occur when Congress and the White House cannot agree on a fiscal budget resulting in an economic gridlock. Fresh off the heels of the longest sh...

Congresswoman inspires

NICK CAMPBELL, Staff writer

November 29, 2018

As the semester comes to a close, many events have occurred that affect our lives, one way or another. For many students here at Los Medanos College, we came here with a goal of graduating and taking on the world. The underlying theme to being a student is to reach our full potential. No single event...

California fires spark Twitter beef

NICK CAMPBELL, @nicky_charles

November 15, 2018

Butte County and much of Southern California is on fire, and with devastation also comes the side effects of a massive wildfire. Aside from the obvious, things like property damage and a drain on resources, people have been killed or injured. As of today, the number of victims have been estimated at ...

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