Update From Coyote Country: Women Tie 2-2 in Quincy, Men Win 1-0!
10/24/14 - The LTCC Coyote women's soccer team came from behind to tie it up 2-2 against Feather River on the road in Quincy. That's a terrific outcome considering how tough the Golden Eagles are. The goals were scored by Tianna Carrington and Tori Smith. In the men's game, South Lake Tahoe's Carlos Trujeque scored the winning goal, giving the Coyotes a 1-0 win and further solidifying their #1 spot in the Golden Valley conference! The men are now 5-0 in conference play, and 10-4-3 overall. Amazing for a first-year program!
Next Up: The men head to Fresno City College on Tues. Oct. 28 @ 2p.m., and the women are off to College of the Redwoods on Tues. Oct. 28 @ 4p.m.
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.
Have You Saved a Life Lately? Donating a pint of blood can help save up to three lives. Join us Monday, Nov. 3 from 10am to 4pm in the Board/Aspen Room, and give something of yourself to others. All donors get a free pizza voucher and a t-shirt! Eat and drink prior to donating, and bring a valid photo ID with you.
Brush Up Your Shakespeare What would YOU be willing to do for 3 million dollars? The uproarious comedy Leading Ladies comes to the Duke Theatre Nov. 14 through Nov. 23. High school and college students, come Nov. 20 and your valid ID gets you in for free! Click here for more info.