The LTCC Coyote men's soccer team is moving on after beating Santa Rosa in the first round of the playoffs. They'll next face the #3 team in the state, the West Valley Vikings, on Tuesday, Nov. 25 on the road. Meanwhile, the women's team lost to Mendocino 1-0 in Ukiah, ending their playoff bid and season. Congratulations to Coach Christian DeLeon and the Coyote women's soccer team, who improved from game to game thanks to a lot of hard work and dedication. You brought a lot of joy and excitement to campus, ladies - thank you for a great season!
Help the Hungry in Your Community The Friends of ALLY student club is collecting canned and non-perishable foods to help feed the hungry this holiday season. Bins are located around campus - share what you can through Nov. 25!
An Artful Presentation From the wide-open plains of Wyoming to the winding streets of Italy, LTCC Art Instructor Phyllis Shafer found new inspiration on her recent sabbatical. Join her for a slide show and talk about her recent travels and new artwork on Thursday, Dec. 3 in Room F101 @ 5pm.
Reading With Friends Join other lovers of literature in LTCC's new Book Club! The next meeting date is Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 12pm to 2pm in L131 in the Library Building. All are welcome to come and discuss Luis Alberto Urrea's The Devil's Highway, available in the LTCC Library.
A Joyful Noise for the Holidays The LTCC Music Department and the Tahoe Choir present "For the Love of Music" on Dec. 6 and 7 @ 7:30p.m. in the Duke Theatre. The concert will feature favorite holiday classics, popular songs, and a mix of serious and funny pieces - a little something for all music lovers!