EDITORIAL: Occupy changes the conversation

By Alumni Staff November 3, 2011 0

Even without an idea what the goals of the Occupy protests are, no one can deny the extraordinary amount of media coverage they are getting.   The Occupy movement in which PCC students and teachers…

Gadhafi’s body used for shock value

By Alumni Staff November 3, 2011 0

At the end of the Libyan dictator's life, images of Moammar Gadhafi's bloodied corpse seem to have plastered themselves on almost every news outlet across the globe, feeding consumers' curiosity about what had happened during…

New debit card fee a sign of greed

By Alumni Staff October 26, 2011 0

If you're unlucky enough to wield a Bank of America debit card in this era, get ready for a disappointing change. In an attempt to plant a safety net for expected revenue losses, the corporate…

Occupy L.A.: Campaign of dependency

By Alumni Staff October 26, 2011 0

Though, to some, it may be tempting to allow ones heartstrings to be yanked and twisted by the group of humans occupying Los Angeles, it is important to remember that theirs is a campaign of…

EDITORIAL: New transparency law a step forward

By Alumni Staff October 26, 2011 0

The Richard McKee Transparency Act of 2011 is an important change in the publics' ability to access college information.  The law, named after the late PCC professor and open government activist, is designed to allow…

Occupy L.A.: Protesters angry at deceit

By Alumni Staff October 26, 2011 0

It remains to be seen if the Occupy Los Angeles movement and it's global counterparts will generate any future changes in economic and political policies. What is certain is the polarizing viewpoints concerning the movement's…