Coyotes Tie It All Up in Dual Come-From-Behind Efforts
Terrific second-half efforts from both soccer teams as the LTCC Coyotes tangled with the Feather River Golden Eagles on Friday, Oct. 17. The women Coyotes scored deep into the second half to tie their game 1-1, and the men came back from a 2-0 deficit to tie it up 2-2 with a strong second half showing fueled by an enthusiastic crowd. The women are now #3 in the Golden Valley Conference, and the men are #1! Looking good for the playoffs! Click here to see photos from both games on LTCC's Facebook page. And don't forget to join us Tuesday, Oct. 21 as the Coyotes face Shasta at home. Men play @ 2pm, women @ 4pm.
Students: Explore Your Career Options Register today for the Career Search Workshop on Friday, Oct. 24 from 9am to 12pm! Using the TRUE COLORS system and the MyPlan website, you'll create a clear path and attainable goals that make sense for your personality, skills and interests. Click here for more!
LTCC Foundation's Speaker Spotlight Presents Join us Monday, Oct. 27 @ 6pm in the Board/Aspen Room for Brain Physics: Using Mathematical Models to Understand the Brain with UC Berkeley doctoral student Jesse Livezey.Explore how the brain processes sensory inputs and influences algorithms being used at big-name companies. Click here for more!
Flu Shots for All Calling all community members! Come to the LTCC Staff Lounge on Wednesday, Oct. 29 from 9am to 2pm for $14.99 flu shots courtesy of Costco. Cash, check, debit or American Express accepted. Full-time college employees, bring your Delta medical card with you for a free flu shot.
Brush Up Your Shakespeare What would you be willing to do for 3 million dollars? Find out this November! The uproarious comedy Leading Ladies comes to the Duke Theatre Nov. 14 - Nov. 23. High school & college students, come Nov. 20 and your valid ID gets you in for free! Click here for more info.