Tuesday’s game redeemed the Lancer’s attack with a 1-1 draw against Long Beach Community College.
On October 14th, Courier writers, editors, and photographers participated in journalism workshops and competed in on-the-spot competitions, as they took home awards in both on the spot and mail-in contests in various categories at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) SoCal Regionals at Cal State Fullerton.
PCC held its annual time waster of an earthquake drill Thursday as it participated in the statewide “Shake Out” drill.
An often thunderously loud Hutto Patterson gymnasium was eerily quiet Friday night, filled with the dull murmurs of conversations recognizing that the Lancers’ 6-game win streak was coming to a sudden end, as they lost to the El Camino Warriors (25-21, 25-13, 25-13).
Monday, October 2 No activities were reported for this period. Tuesday, October 3 A student reported she was sexually harassed last semester, and wished to remain anonymous. A student reported a sexual assault incident that occurred off campus. A suspect was escorted to Psych Services for assistance after reports of a verbal disturbance in L-107. A Male Hispanic subject was reported suffering from an anxiety attack. Officer reported the subject was possibly dehydrated. A female transient was reported in the GM building locker room. An …
The Lancers climbed out of their 7-game winless streak with a triumphant 2-1 win against Long Beach City College.
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When it’s veiled behind fear mongering tactics, voter suppression can easily look like a remedy for voter fraud.
Hugh Hefner passed away at 91 and left behind a legacy of either sexism or activism. Who was the true Hefner?