Over in the barren desert of El Mirage Lake, where entire bodies of water are left dry and the sun’s omnipresence scorches all forms of moisture, there is life. Once a month the Southern California…

Job cuts, elimination of winter intersession and mandatory furloughs were discussed by the Board of Trustees on July 18 as options for reducing expenditures by $10.5 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year. The options for…

It’s almost that time of the year: Football season. A game of chess played by giants. Last season the Lancer football team wouldn’t have what one would call a successful season. Plagued by injuries, by…

The dismal three areas designated for smokers on campus are about to get a facelift. Immediate plans to upgrade the smoking sites were discussed Tuesday by the reconstituted Health and Safety Committee. (more…)

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With six vital senior management positions at PCC vacant, students, faculty and staff can only wonder how business is being properly and efficiently conducted on campus. The recent bribery investigation led to a vice president…

Newly elected Academic Senate President Dustin Hanvey is hard at work during the summer intersession, fueled by his passion to help as many people as possible. Hanvey comes from a family of teachers: both his…