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Urgent Conversations: Educational and Social Justice Forums -Voting in the US: Past, Present, Future

October 5, 2020

This event is part of a four-part series on issues of equity and social justice titled “Urgent Conversations: Educational and Social Justice Forums.” This will be a discussion to understand the history of voting in the US and how to harness our individual political power through voting. Q and...

Hollywood is too white

Roya Mohammad, Staff Writer

May 22, 2020

What do Hollywood actors Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds have in common besides their name? Their whiteness. Popular movies have underrepresented people of color while focusing more on characters of white descent.  In 2015, University of Los Angeles's Bunche Center for African American Studies rel...

Minimize harm, protest safely

Krys Shahin, Editor-in-Chief / @Krysshah

May 20, 2020

While Americans have every right to defend their first amendment rights, those protesting during a pandemic are doing so in an unsafe and detrimental way.  If you decide to protest, be smart. Don’t attack law enforcement: wear a mask, keep science in mind and understand that guidelines have ...

Student Trustee election held

Student Trustee election held

Hillary Hetrick, Campus Editor / @Hillarymhetrick

May 6, 2020

The Contra Costa Community College District is holding an election for their new student trustee through Thursday, May 7. Students can vote through this SurveyMonkey link until 5 p.m. to choose who represents the students of the district. According to the district's website, a student trustee is a non-vot...

LMCAS holds election

LMCAS holds election

Krys Shahin, Editor-in-Chief / @Krysshah

May 5, 2020

Though it is not yet time for the U.S. Presidential election in November, it is now election season for Los Medanos College’s student government.  Those enrolled at LMC can vote May 5 through May 7 to pick a representative they see fit for LMC’s student population. Students can vote online ...

The media scares the public

Daraja McDonald, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

We all know the only thing on everyone's mind right now is the notorious novel Coronavirus. As you may know, the Coronavirus, or the COVID-19 virus, has caused a worldwide scare to all of humanity. It has been ruled a pandemic, meaning a virus that has spread globally.  The virus is said to be a new strain of Coro...

Lets keep things secular

Dante Harrold, Staff writer

October 11, 2019

Every person has a right to secular government just as much as they have the right to a Democratic government. It is in fact mandated under the First Amendment of the United States that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. Under the current Administration, government of...

Editorial Cartoon 10/11/19

Damon Amerine, Guest Cartoonist

October 11, 2019

Editorial Cartoon — 04/27/2018

Editorial Cartoon — 04/27/2018

Kimberly Stelly, twitter.com/kstelly1994

April 27, 2018

Ignorance isn’t an excuse

Staff

April 13, 2017

Today’s political climate almost requires you to keep up with what’s going around you and if you’re one of those people who say you don’t watch the news, you’re in for some serious problems. And today, not only do you have to pay attention to the news, you have to watch out for unreliable new...

Campus concerned over DeVos

Campus concerned over DeVos

Adria Watson, awatson@lmcexperience.com

February 9, 2017

Betsy DeVos was confirmed as the 11th U.S. Secretary of Education by the senate Tuesday, Feb. 7 after a historic tie-breaking vote — 51 to 50 — made by Vice President Mike Pence. After some responses she made to questions posed to her at the secretary of education confirmation hearing Jan....

Keep obstructing evil

STAFF, tmortimore@lmcexperience.com

February 7, 2017

President Donald Trump’s aversion to people darker than white has been both heavily chronicled and criticized for the 18 months prior to his entering the Oval Office as the most powerful person in the world. However, in just his first twelve days of becoming president, he’s signed a number of executive...

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