The Lancers men’s basketball team had a significant comeback but was unable to return from a second-half 21-point deficit, losing to the East Los Angeles College Huskies 68-64 on Jan. 23.
Exploring Theater in London
Twenty-two PCC students along with Instructor Joseph Sierra and Dean Amy Ulmer Division Dean will be traveling to London from May 3 to 12, 2013 to explore theater in London.
Experts recommend modes of motivation
Several experts offered helpful hints to reignite and maintain academic drive in students.
EDITORIAL: Bring back winter session
The three-semester calendar has been met with widespread opposition, and we urge the administration and Board of Trustees to reinstate winter.
Brown’s budget proposes $197 million more for colleges
After years of drastic cuts to education, Gov. Jerry Brownâ€™s proposed 2013-14 budget includes increased funding of $197 million for California community colleges in addition to the $179 million colleges will be receiving due to the passage of Proposition 30.
Plus/Minus grading system being considered
The Academic Senate has formed an ad-hoc committee to explore whether the college should switch its grading scale from a full letter grading system to a plus/minus grading system.
OP-ED: Lance Armstrong’s career is fraudulent
Lance Armstrong will go down as the biggest fraud in sports history.
OP-ED: Lance Armstrongâ€™s true accomplishments are off the bicycle
Lance Armstrong was the most prolific cycling champion in history. After all his transgressions, however, he should be forgiven because of the good his charitable contributions have accomplished.
College aims to bolster ‘student success’
The college plans to improve student access in Spring 2013 according to officials at the Jan. 16 Board of Trustees meeting, in co-ordinance with the Boardâ€™s goal of enrollment management.