A list of the weekly police activity.
VOICES: How do you feel about the increase in minimum wage?
Students give their opinion about the potential increase in minimum wage
SCENE: Harlem Shake
The Harlem Shake is an online epidemic that has gone viral recently. Associated Students Vice President for Campus Activities Fernando Becerra and alumnus Colin Ring hosted Harlem Shake on campus, which drew a crowd of over 200 students donning various outrageous outfits.
AS unanimously approves no confidence vote in administration
The Associated Students Board voted unanimously on Wednesday that it has no confidence in the administration of President Mark Rocha.
At the same three-hour marathon session in the Creveling Lounge, the AS also voted unanimously to censure the administration.
REVIEW: Lights, camera, Hairspray!
Light chatter illuminated the Sexson Auditorium as audience members sat in their seats, anticipating the raising of the red curtains. Upon the lighthearted entrance of the orchestra, the curtains were finally raised, and the audience was greeted by a slumbering teen donning a characteristic beehive hairdo. Lights, camera, Hairspray!
Porn star alumnus speaks on sexuality, controversy fizzles
World famous pornography star and PCC alumnus James Deen gave a presentation on sexuality and pornography to Hugo Schwyzerâ€™s Humanities 3 class without a hitch on Feb. 27.
Confusion emerges over summer courses
Much confusion and uncertainty surrounding the transferability of summer classes emerged at the Feb. 20 Associated Students Executive Board meeting.
Senate told of ad hoc no confidence ballot
A vote of no confidence in the administration was discussed at the Academic Senate meeting on Feb. 25.
Civil Rights activist speaks at Creveling
The Creveling Lounge was packed to the brim Feb. 21 with students and faculty gathered to hear legendary civil rights lawyer, activist, and author Connie Rice speak about her new book Power Concedes Nothing.
Bold style is campus’s latest fashion trend
Fashion majors and instructor feel that campus fashion is starting to become more developed.