Jury selection for the second trial of former PCC student Isaac Campbell, accused of killing his girlfriend and hiding her body, is expected to begin in the first part of May.             The next court…

             A heated debate over the necessity of realignment to teaching divisions occurred at a session held by the Planning and Priorities Standing Committee on April 24.             Some…

 Well-known Dutch pianist Eline Bergmann will be performing on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Harbeson Hall, said college officials.  Bergmann, who has been playing piano since she was six years old, has played all…

            Many passersby have noticed the ever growing group of people who linger on the C Building steps. What most people don't know is the legacy of these "people of the stairs."             The "people…

A silver Lexus crashed into a concrete piller in the student drop-off area on Thursday, April 12 at roughly 2:45 p.m. A crowd quickly formed around the collision site with mixed emotions ranging from laughter…

Representatives from Digital Networks Group presented a new high tech whiteboard to PCC teachers and administrators April 3 in the Shatford Library.          Product demo specialist Robbie Sabako led the demonstration, explaining the benefits and…

At the PCC Swim Invitational where the swim team raised $3500 in their annual raffle, Lancer Cario Liu won first place on the men's 200 Breaststroke.  Eighteen colleges from all over California participated in the…

The men's baseball team suffered their worst shutout of the season April 3 at Fullerton College, falling 12-0 to the home team Hornets. "They just weren't very good today," said coach Evan O'Meara. Left handed…

English Instructor Robert Oventile was a student at PCC about 30 years ago before he transferred to UC Berkeley where he majored in English.             One of the best things Oventile remembers was the transition…