Alex Kritselis is tired, even two months after his solo exhibition in Athens, where he did much of the moving, publicity and working with the gallery himself."This is the kind of tired I don't really…

If PCC decides to give high school graduates and international students priority over continuing students, some people will be angry. As reported in the last issue of The Courier, the Ad Hoc Enrollment Priorities Task…

With all the recent media attention Charlie Sheen has been getting, it appears that he is getting praised for acting violently, stupidly, and irresponsibly.He has been praised for acting a fool with the ruckus he…

Considering the amount of tears that were shed in the lobby of Hutto-Patterson Gym on the afternoon of April 16, one may never have guessed that they were surrounded by some of PCC's greatest and…

Assistant men's and women's soccer team Coach Warren Altounian, 62, died on Friday from cancer. Altounian worked on campus for 12 years, guiding the Lancers' men's team to the 2002 State Final Four and was…

It was a victory day for Lancer track and field athletes as they advanced to the South Coast Conference Championship finals in Tuesday's prelims held at Mt. San Antonio College."Peek all the way through," said…

As part of the American Library Association's Preservation Week the foyer of the Shatford Library is filled with relics of PCC's past. The school's first yearbook, marching band apparel, photographs of what the campus once…

Students gathered in the Quad on the evening of April 6 to meet with representatives from various universities to obtain information about transferring. Admissions representatives from 30 different CSUs, UCs, private, and out of state…