A strange air has descended upon PCC. Like wild animals, this community senses that something is afoot â€” that there is an impending danger.
Menâ€™s soccer dominate last season game
On a cold and windy afternoon in Compton, the menâ€™s soccer team dominated its last game of the season. PCC played El Camino College-Compton Center on Nov. 9 winning by a score of 2-0.
Speech and debate team is nationally ranked
PCCâ€™s speech and debate team, ranked sixth in the nation and second in state, won eight first places in competition on Nov. 10 at CSU Northridge
Marching Band serenades the lunchtime crowd
With 15 sousaphones standing on the top of the Quad steps â€“ Horns, saxophones, drums, cymbals and flutes in between, and xylophones up front â€“ the PCC Marching Lancers played for the lunch crowd in the quad on Nov 6.
Friday University Rep. General Transfer Advisor- 9:00AM, L110 Campus Tour- PCC Student Ambassador Program walking tour of campus for prospective students. 11:00AM, 1:00PM, 3:00PM Percussion Ensemble Concert- 7:00, The Forum (North side of Building UU) Saturday Mens/Womens Cross Country at CCCAA State Championships Gospel Choir Concert- 8:00PM, Sexson Auditorium (Tickets sold at door) Chinese Music Ensemble- 8:00PM, Haberson Hall Sunday Â Lancer Vocal Jazz Ensemble- 4:00, Haberson Hall Monday PCC Day- John Muir High School Lunch and Learn- 11:30AM, John Muir High School UC and CSU …
Shatford Library accommodates leisure reading
The Shatford Library has devoted itself to providing an academic resource for students and the surrounding community. Nevertheless, it also caters to its leisure readers with a wide range of novels.
OP-ED: The popular vote should trump the Electoral College
Itâ€™s been just over a week since the presidential election and once again, the question about whether or not the United States should keep the Electoral College has come up yet again. The Electoral College should be abolished and the majority vote should determine who the president is, no matter what his or her political party affiliation is.
‘Opera Scenes’ worthy of the opera house
Sitting at most 50 feet away from the stage, the singersâ€™ voices shocked the audience with wave after wave of goose bumps.
Pathways program receives prestigious award
The First Year Pathways program will receive the Chancellors Student Success award given out by Chancellor Brice W. Harris, as part of the Community College League of Californiaâ€™s annual conference on Nov. 9.
OP-ED: Are we there yet?
Itâ€™s the six-year-old sitting in the back of the summer vacation car. â€œAre we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet? Are we there yet?â€