Construction and renovations projects under the Facilities Maintenance Master Plan were presented to members of the Budget and Resource Allocation Committee on Feb. 21, addressing possible ideas for a campus redesign as PCC hits its 100th centennial.
The Jazz Antiqua Dance and Music Ensembleâ€™s performance in Harbeson Hall on Feb. 21 made both jazz dance and jazz music easy to appreciate and inclusive to an otherwise inexperienced listening audience.
PCC weighs the options of merging every student’s Lancer ID card with a US Bank debit card.
Letâ€™s face it, the pope is not relevant to American Society. The United States may be the land of the free, and the home to a colorful spectrum of races, cultures, values and religions, but itâ€™s a country known for Hollywood, The Big Apple and obesity, not for its deep religious affiliations.
Artist LaDukeâ€™s exhibit â€œellipsisâ€ opened in the Art Gallery on Feb. 20. During the week of Mar 18 through 22, LaDuke will present a public lecture in the Vosloh Forum followed by a reception in the Art Gallery on March 18.
Growing up Instructor Charlene Potter, who teaches ESL, Linguistics and French, never thought that she would end up being a teacher but found her passion for it while working part-time in a government sponsored program in western Canada.
An extremely frustrating day on offense summed up the loss for Lancers baseball on Feb. 22 as the team fell 7-3 to Grossmont College at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
The game that the fans will remember most from this season is PCCâ€™s dominating 81-61 victory over El Camino College-Compton Center in the teamâ€™s final home game on Feb. 20.
With President Obamaâ€™s use of drone assassinations in Pakistan and Yemen, he has overstepped the bounds of the United States Constitution and garnered himself the power over life and death, more power than any one man should wield.
The Associated Students has scheduled a vote of no confidence in the administration for its meeting on Wednesday.