Two PCC students were selected to the California Community College Women’s Basketball Association Academic All State Team.
Volleyball mistakes lead to loss
PCC volleyball started the night dreaming of a championship but ended it in shock and tears when the Lancers fell to the Cypress College Chargers in the final round of the Southern California Regional Championship Tournament on Tuesday.
Cross country breaks record
PCC Sophomore Tracee van der Wyk became the first Lancer to break the 18 minute mark at the 2010 California Community College Athletic Association State Championship race on Nov. 20.
Video games focus too much on violence
“Boom headshot!” These are the infamous two words exclaimed by fanatics in the first person shooter (FPS) video game genre. In this genre, players generally take the role of a gunner in first person perspective.
Risky drink should be banned
Although the idea of mixed drinks is not novel to alcohol consumers, a popular brand of caffeinated malt beverages has the Food and Drug Administration cracking down on some states, for good reason, to prevent the sale of the risky drink that dons the moniker “blackout in a can.
Police crack down on smokers
The PCC Police Department has taken a new approach to enforcing the smoking policy on campus. Now, anyone caught smoking outside of the designated areas and throwing cigarette butts on the ground could be affected financially. “To help Campus Police achieve a higher compliance rate, officers are now citing smokers for littering.
Alumnus honored with award
A room full of high ranking administrators and the leaders of California’s community colleges stood as one to honor a PCC alumnus and show their admiration for the life and career that has its roots in a community college.
Concerns over class sizes aired at AS meeting
Students lined the walls of the Associated Students meeting on Nov. 17 and voiced their concerns about this semester’s class size increase.
New writer joins official Lancer blog
Faced with a diverse and tech-savvy student body at PCC, one student hopes to direct his voice to a wider audience not through Facebook or Twitter, but through PCC’s blog, Lancer Life.
College honored for ‘sustainability’ efforts
In an age where resources are becoming substantially strained and the planet is said to be warming at an alarming rate, PCC’s effort to become more sustainable has been recognized with a national award.