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Census collects data for funds

Census collects data for funds

Weston Hopkins, Staff Writer

April 25, 2020

The process of the 2020 U.S. Census, which allows information to be acquired to help determine federal funding congressional representation and impact local communities, is underway. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the census can be taken over the phone, by a paper questionnaire through the mail...

Students stop and smell the roses

Antioch Rotary advisor Milanka Schneiderman hands out a flower to a passing student.

Jordyn Toscano, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

The Los Medanos College Rotaract club has been searching for and resolving a variety of needs on campus for many years now. The LMC Rotaract club is “like a junior club for Rotary; like a college version of it,” explained Antioch Rotary Adviser Milanka Schneiderman. Rotaract aims to provide servi...

Walmart grants clamps for chem lab

Paul West uses clamps provided Walmart Grant. At Los Medanos College, in the science building. On February 8, 2017.

Carlos Ruiz, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

Science Lab Coordinator Paul West’s wish of new chemistry burette clamps was granted after receiving a $1,000 donation from the Walmart Community Grant Program, a first time donor to Los Medanos College. After a shortage of clamps last semester due to unforeseen wear and tear, West wanted to replace...

Water park good idea for B’wood

Amata Abatcha, Guest Columnist

September 15, 2016

Kyle Szymanski of the Brentwood Press wrote an article about a possible indoor waterpark being built in Brentwood. Great Wolf Resorts, the world’s largest chain of indoor waterparks, owns and operates 13 parks in the United States, which include restaurants, family entertainment centers, retail stores...

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