It is not only fair, but also morally just to aid those in our nation in whatever way necessary. In a universal health care plan, everyone should be included.
Lancers’ volleyball led by sophomore duo
As the tears ran down the face of Nora To’omalatai and sadness overcame the rest of the Lancers’ volleyball team, sophomore outside hitter Thula Parks was nowhere to be found.
Women’s basketball wins tournament
The women’s basketball team avenged their two losses with its first place finish in the “Glendale College Vaquero Shootout”.
Heartbreaking defeat in conference finale
The Lancers’ volleyball team will have to settle for second place in the South Coast Conference
PCC to host food drive for families and pets
With the holiday season rapidly approaching its time to think of those less fortunate.
Men’s soccer head for playoffs
On Friday the men’s soccer team dominated El Camino College Compton Center with a final score of 5-2 at home in Robinson Stadium. But more importantly they finish 7thin Southern California, sending them to the first round of the playoffs.
Women’s soccer finish their season by dominating ECC Compton Center
The Lancers so dominated their last season game against El Camino College Compton Center that Pasadena’s goalkeeper, Angie Ulmer, only touched the ball once, in the second half, with her foot.
Academic Senate approves faculty for presidential evaluation
Five members were approved to the Academic Senate’s Ad Hoc Evaluation Committee of the President after an extensive debate about its validity and practicality at its Nov. 18 meeting.
Petition calls for reinstatement of instructor put on leave
A petition demanding the immediate reinstatement of English instructor Mark McQueen was presented at the Faculty Association meeting on Nov. 14 after McQueen was placed on administrative leave during an investigation into allegations that he attacked a student.
Passionate instructor gives back to community with Board election
Teaching child development and special education here at PCC, the mother of two is currently working on her PHD in higher education at Claremont Graduate University. Puglia found time in between all that to run and campaign for an empty seat on the La Canada Unified School District Board, which resides in PCC’s District 1 area, and eventually won the race.