Information Provided by Ronald Richardson, FLC Athletic Coordinator/Kinesiology Professor
Golfers Continue Hot Streak, Increase Big 8 Lead
Moore Throws Complete Game Shutout
Softball Games Postponed
Playing against 13 other teams, the FLC men’s golf team continued their steady season-long improvement with a second place finish in Monday’s NorCal Major Tournament #4 at San Juan Oaks in Hollister. Playing in cold and windy conditions, the Falcons tamed the tight and very difficult course with a team score of 382, just five shots back of team champion Chabot College. Freshman Chris McKnight led the Falcons with a 1-under par 71, good enough for third place overall. Among Big 8 (North) teams, the Falcons picked up another victory and gained another two points in the standings on Santa Rosa, who now trail FLC by six points with four tournaments remaining.
by John Lynch
Most people have by now heard the U.S. treasury’s announcement that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face of the twenty dollar bill. The arguments currently circulating about this subject are thought provoking and speak greatly of the current racial and political climate in the United States. Arguments in favor of the change are positive in their sentiment; Secretary of the Treasury Jacob Lew said in an open letter, “Her incredible story of courage and commitment to equality embodies the ideals of democracy that our nation celebrates, and we will continue to value her legacy by honoring her on our currency” (Lew). The arguments for and against the change both make very interesting and valid points, with no opinion overwhelmingly coming to the forefront of the discussion as “correct”
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