Experience

End the death penalty

Experience Staff, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

October 20, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Like America itself, the death penalty has a racist past it has yet to reckon with. Some of the first capital crime laws in the colonies were written in response to a New York slave riot in 1712, when a group of slaves broke free and killed some white people. 21 slaves were sentenced to death, 20 be...

Trump typifies rape culture

EXPERIENCE STAFF, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

October 13, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

The accusations continue to pile up around Donald Trump. Just a few days after he defended his so-called “locker room talk” on a national debate stage by invoking the specter of ISIS, even more women came forward to accuse the Republican nominee of actions varying from voyeurism to the sorts of sexu...

Create community with clubs

Staff, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

September 15, 2016


Filed under Editorial

For many Los Medanos students, community college is a good or even ideal choice for a secondary education. The proximity to home and opportunity to either get our general education done and transfer to a four-year or sample a few different fields before selecting a major — all at a relatively low cost...

Use your platform for good

Tyler Mortimore, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

September 8, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Throughout history, there have been people people who risk their careers and reputations to stand up for what they think is right. Most recently, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and soccer player Megan Rapinoe have joined the ranks of athletes and celebrities speaking out against social injustice...

‘Canvas’ is a work of art

‘Canvas’ is a work of art

STAFF, kstelly@lmcexperience.com

September 1, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Los Medanos College has made the leap from learning management system Desire2Learn to Canvas… well, almost. This is the transitional year, so while some students have made the change to the newer platform, there are still students and instructors using D2L. Students will have access to the older system...

Bad year for acceptance

Staff, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

August 25, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

2016 is the most tolerant, inclusive year in the history of the United States. 2016 has also seen craven attempts by several states to roll back the voting rights of minorities, a riot in Milwaukee — one of the most segregated cities in America — in response to yet another killing by police, the...

Experience feels the ‘Bern’

Experience feels the ‘Bern’

Staff, tyler.mortimore@gmail.com

May 12, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

This June, Californians have the opportunity to advocate for momentous change. On Tuesday, June 7, we will choose between a candidate who embodies nearly every negative aspect of the Democratic Party and a candidate who embraces the best ideals of the party of Roosevelt and the Great Society. It is...

Don’t be a low info voter

Staff

May 5, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

With the California presidential primary election coming up June 7, people young and old are registering to vote, because in this day and age, everyone is given a chance to “make a difference” in America, whether they deserve one or not. I’m not saying some people should be allowed to vote and...

Mother’s Day is everyday

Staff

April 28, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, people are going out and spending loads of money to make sure their mother feels “appreciated” but is all of this really necessary? We’ve all done it; bought cards, clothes, perfumes, or taken our mom out to a movie and dinner. It is Mother’s Day, after...

Services taken for granted

Staff

April 26, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Los Medanos College students need to start taking advantage of the numerous programs and events provided to them. Lack of attendance and participation from the student body is resulting in students not being informed of the many financial and educational aids available to them, and is hindering the...

Liberal arts degrees are important

Staff, kstelly@lmcexperience.com

April 7, 2016


Filed under Editorial, Perspectives

Everyone has heard jokes or lectures talking about how useless and impractical liberal arts degrees are. College students are often pressured to pick something more practical like engineering or nursing because non-mathematic or science degrees won’t guarantee you a job. But your choice in major shouldn’t...

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