Spirits were high at the first Veteran’s Appreciation event held by the Associated Students’ Student Services Committee and Veteran’s Club in Creveling Lounge.
Last November, the nation was eager to see a young man who made hope the theme of his campaign elected president.
Thirteen new Associate in Arts (AA) majors presented for consideration on Wednesday before the Board of Trustees were approved unanimously and added to the college’s curriculum.
The season ended on a cold night in Glendale. In the final game, Lancers kept tradition alive by defeating the Glendale Vaqueros 38-22 on Saturday. The Lancers have defeated the Vaqueros in 28 consecutive games.
The 1973 Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in the United States. Thirty-seven years later abortion is still a controversial issue, more specifically the act of funding it.
The basketball season is upon us, and the men’s squad is looking to avenge last year’s snub of not getting a playoff spot by competing for the schools fifth state championship.
Men’s basketball attended the Ventura “We play hard” tournament Friday and Saturday. The team went 0-2, suffering a defeat at the hands of Bakersfield on Friday, 100-75, and on Saturday by Ventura, 88-82.
The performing arts and communications division hosted “Opera Scenes” at Harbeson Hall on Friday to showcase the students acting and singing in the event.
Music major Chris Isla, better known as Mr. Gaspar, attended PCC last year and has just recently taken a break from school to pursue his dream of music producing and performing. Isla works full time in the studio with his good friend.
Staff Sgt. Bill McCarthy, who retired in 2007, has spent 24 years of his life serving in the U.S. military, 22 of those with the Army and the rest with the Navy.