Joe Biden is the perfect candidate to defeat Trump

With the 2020 Presidential Election just over a year away, the pressure is on for those in the Democratic party to step up against President Trump in a race for the presidency. With already 21 Democrats so far announcing their bid, it will be a difficult challenge for the candidates to stand out to Democratic voters. Since former Vice President Joe Biden announced his candidacy it seems clear that he has become an instant favorite for the Democratic nomination.

MLB’s broken suspension policy

Major League Baseball has had its fair share of controversies over the years revolving around the use of steroids and other performance enhancing drugs. While some have unknowingly taken them due to ignorant doctor prescriptions, they are all handed down a strict suspension of at least 80 games. However, two issues have taken the forefront in the news about their disproportionate rules: domestic abuse and the use of marijuana.

See something, do something: Combatting sexual assault at PCC

For years, claims of sexual assault have been making headlines accusing powerful men in entertainment, politics and colleges around the country of rape and sexual harassment. With all the attention on the topic and calls to stop sexual assault, PCC’s Student Health Services (PCCSHS) held 3 events throughout last week to provide Lancers with strategies to prevent sexual assaults on campus while also creating a safe learning environment.

Lancers defeat Owls, advance to Super Regionals

The Lancers triumphed over Citrus College in its SoCal Regional Play-In Round game, 3-1, advancing to play in the first round the Super Regionals. The Lancers scored all of their runs in the first inning. Two singles and a sacrifice bunt from shortstop Ryan Lewis put runners on second and third. Left fielder Edward Manzo hit a grounder up the middle and the Owls shortstop fumbled it, resulting in a costly error and permitting the first run of the game. When bases were loaded a …

Associated Students hosts Earth Day movie night

On April 25, the Associated Students Student Services (ASSS) showed “The True Cost,” a documentary released in 2015 that uncovers the underbelly of fast fashion, a term used to describe inexpensive clothing being mass produced and how it affects the Earth. The film was screened in the Wi-Fi lounge and the Associated Students provided free snacks and drinks for all, as well as necessities for the homeless.

Queen Bey slays Netflix with ‘Homecoming’ documentary

In nearly two hours, Beyonce and her astounding cast of dancers, singers and musicians managed to put together an unparalleled collection of her biggest hits and deep cuts, combined with music from the “Dirty South” and many civil rights activists like Nina Simone. Served alongside was the visuals of historically black colleges and universities. One year later, as the second weekend of Coachella approaches, the memory of “Beychella” looms large. No star-studded appearances (maybe Kid-Cudi bringing out Kanye West) in this years festival line up …

Magic airballs as Lakers president

“I was happier when I wasn’t the president,” said Magic Johnson, who resigned as the Los Angeles Lakers’ president of basketball operations. He said wanted to go back to the simple life of being a wealthy businessman, a beloved former player for one of the greatest franchises in basketball history. He just didn’t want to be president anymore. Johnson also indicated that his inability to tweet congratulatory statements to current NBA players for their achievements because of the NBA’s insane tampering rules was another reason …