Experience

Parking a major concern

Mia Negron, Guest Columnist

April 18, 2018


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When you think about college, what is one of your biggest concerns? There may be many answers to this question, but one that is often not talked about is the problem associated with parking. For many students the subject of parking has been one of their biggest disruptions to their education. Concerns...

Bisexuals are unfairly represented

Jillian Freeman

April 18, 2018


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We are seeing a huge increase in LGBT representation. While this is a monumental step in the right direction, there is a substantial lack of the B. Bisexual characters are hardly ever featured in media today. On the rare occasion when there are stories featuring bisexual characters, they are often...

‘The one’ is just an old fairy tale

Robert Pierce

April 18, 2018


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Romance is a beautiful concept central to the human condition, but the romance culture we’ve created and the way our society views love is more damaging than uplifting. Since the fairy tales of old, western civilization’s conceptualization of romance has been tied to the idea of a ‘one true love...

People may be uncomfortable on campus

Vincent Lontz, Guest Columnist

April 14, 2018


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I have been a student at Los Medanos College for the past semester and a half and have already noticed questionable actions on campus. College is a place where everyone should feel safe without any threats of crime, but several disturbing incidents trouble me. It all started with a burglary in the...

Editorial Cartoon — 04/13/2018

Editorial Cartoon — 04/13/2018

Kimberly Stelly, Twitter.com/kstelly1994

April 13, 2018


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Seek the truth when browsing

Nassir Kaddoura, Guest Columnist

April 12, 2018


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The Internet is a valuable medium that has changed the way we send and receive information, and the effect has been overwhelmingly positive. Because of how easy it is to spread this information, many people are able to send out false, hateful and harmful video content. In order to become media literat...

Social media should be regulated

Social media should be regulated

Experience Staff, twitter.com/LMC_experience

April 12, 2018


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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg found himself in an uncomfortable position Tuesday, April 10 when he was made to testify to the Senate in Washington, DC regarding the issue of data collection. Not only have over 87 million people had their information exposed to questionable sources, but also it opened...

Gaming is a worthy pastime

Jordan Neel, Twitter.com/JN_Journalism

April 10, 2018


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Video games have been a great source of escapism, from the 1970s game “Pong” to the latest shooter game “Fortnite”. Almost everybody plays video games. An article for Polygon found, almost half the gaming population is between 18-49 years old. With smartphones it has become so accessible for...

Trump quiet on brutality

Experience Staff

April 9, 2018


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The shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man in Sacramento has reignited protests against excessive use of force and police brutality against the black community. After being cornered in his grandmother’s backyard and reaching for his cell phone, the two officers fired 20 rounds on Clark, ei...

Student security not up to par

Hailey Garcia, Guest Columnist

April 8, 2018


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With the recent attack on Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Fla. it should be obvious that we are not safe in public schools. However, as a privileged country we are unaware of the possible dangers on campus. I myself have been on the same campus as a dangerous and armed individual. When I l...

Editorial Cartoon — 04/06/2018

Editorial Cartoon — 04/06/2018

D'Angelo Jackson, @DAngeloJackson_

April 6, 2018


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