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Sophomores run last races in Modesto — Laney team competes and excels at Northern California Track…

Sophomores run last races in Modesto — Laney team competes and excels at Northern California Track…

admin May 16, 2019

by staff writer Luke Wrin Piper Da’ja Archer (second from right) runs the third leg of the 4x400 meter relay, at the CCCAA NorCal Finals. The Laney team finished in fourth place. Photo by Luke Wrin Piper. It...

Athlete sacrifices housing for education-Laney football player resides in ‘Tiny Home’ so he can…

Athlete sacrifices housing for education-Laney football player resides in ‘Tiny Home’ so he can…

admin May 13, 2019

Photos and Article by Laney Co-Editor Michelle Snider Armani Tuner-Jenkins looks forward to his future as he navigates away from dead-end jobs and living pay-check to pay-check towards full-filling his dreams. When...

Laney runners come out on top in competition

Laney runners come out on top in competition

admin May 13, 2019

by Tower Staff Writer Luke Wrin-Piper Laney sprinter Jasmine McNary outruns all competition and wins the 400 meters at the Coast Conference State Championships. McNary is a returning sophomore who excels...

Hernandez a bright spot for Eagles baseball

admin April 19, 2019

Sophomore pitcher leads Bay Valley Conference in wins and strikeouts By Eva Hannan/Co-Editor Photo by Tiehui fan / TOWER. Starting pitcher Ricky Hernandez throws against Mendocino College April 9...

Remembering 1963 — Laney Tower Cover Art for March 14

admin March 26, 2019

This cover art reflects the history of 1968 Olympic winners Tommie “Jet” Smith and John Carlos protesting racial inequality in the U.S. Toni Cervantes was an Olympic swimmer who witnessed the events...

1968 Olympic protest still resonates — Tower staffer was an eyewitness to climactic events in…

Wen Li March 16, 2019

by Toni Cervantes/Tower Staff Writer Olympic swimmer Toni (Hewitt) Cervantes was deeply affected by the events at the Mexico City Games. It was 1968: a tumultuous year in both politics and sports....

School honors first-time football champs

admin February 14, 2019

Oakland A’s donate $5,000 for rings, FabLab provides custom awards By Eva Hannan/Tower Co-Editor Laney College Athletic Director and Eagles head football coach John Beam (left) and Laney President...

High-flying Eagles are №1 team in State!

admin February 5, 2019

Laney College defeats Ventura College 40–35 to win California Championship Laney College quarterback Jordon Brookshire (4) gets ready to run against Ventura College in the California Community...

Laney advances to state championship

admin December 21, 2018

Eagles move one game away from first title in college’s history by Eva Hannan Laney Eagles pose for celebratory picture after they won the state championship on Dec. 8 scoring 40–35.For the...

Laney to compete in NorCal Championship

admin December 21, 2018

Eagles shut out SMC 14–0 to advance to final for the first time ever by Eva Hannan Tight end El-Joshua Allen jogs off the field in Laney’s victory against Chabot College on Nov. 9. The Eagles...

Laney to face rival Chabot for Bay 6 title

admin November 8, 2018

Eagles hold off Santa Rosa JC, then dominate Diablo Valley College, 56–10 Eva Hannan, Tower Staff Writer Laney College players walk to practice to get ready to play host to rival Chabot College...

Eagles football: win one, lose one in the Bay 6

admin October 26, 2018

Laney quarterback Jordon Bookshire (4) calls a play against CSM while lineman Chris Stoneking (77) waits for signal. Screen shot from televised game: http://baosn.tv/event/csm-vs-laney-football-10-19-18/By...

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