PCC junior college baseball players push themselves to the highest level in their sport, hoping and praying for the opportunity to play professionally. Daniel Robertson, former MLB baseball player, had sleepless nights before he became a MLB starter. At Oregon State, Robertson took a risk to make it as a walk-on. This obstacle never phased him, as he pushed to keep going. He told this story to the PCC baseball players in a zoom call. He wanted to motivate them. With hard work, anything was …
A story of true love, an underlying message to spread kindness, and lots of spooky instances which take place in Salem, MA. On the days leading up to Halloween, ‘Hubie Halloween’ is not your typical holiday classic.
States rights, Roe v. Wade, women’s rights, same sex marriage, these are all hot button issues that put conservatives and liberals at odds with each other and polarize court decisions. But is liberalism and conservatism the real issue when deciding these matters?
Reopening restaurants is a smart idea for businesses and the economy but it’s a horrible idea for the general public. Although there are rules in place requiring six feet of distance between each dinner party, those precautions are not enough of an effort to ensure safe dining during COVID-19.
The United States has been grappling with COVID-19 since March, and after 7 months, there seems to be no end in sight. Except for the tantalizing option of a vaccine. By the end of the year, healthcare experts are expecting to have at least one vaccine ready to go, and for a country that struggled to get people to wear masks, America might have a little trouble getting its citizens vaccinated. But if COVID is ever going to end then people absolutely need to get …
Typical Wednesday nights around Pasadena City College are quiet. After 8 p.m., the stillness of the streets is usually only disturbed by the occasional honk or loud music bellowing from a car. This Wednesday night was not like every other night.
A crooked cop, serial-killer lovers, and church corruption are all balled up into Netflix’s thriller movie “The Devil All the Time”. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock and interlocks parallel narratives across multiple years. The complexity of the characters and numerous deaths reel’s one in and has us rooting for the good guy who, at the same time, isn’t really the good guy.
It has been more than six months since the COVID-19 pandemic has kept the entire world in a shutdown and reopening frenzy, specifically schools. CNN posted where states in America chose to reopen their schools. Having schools closed is keeping children of all ages away from in-person social interactions with their friends. However, with the uncertainty of COVID-19, it’s probably safer to teach children from home.
When the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the nation many businesses felt the effects of quarantine. Customers staying at home created panic for business owners as they tried to keep their stores open and make a profit during a global pandemic without the proper support or guidance from the government on how they should be approaching this pandemic. Many businesses were unsure how to operate safely so they chose to close their doors to customers all together.
The conflict in the Artsakh region continues despite a Russia-negotiated cease-fire, and the local Armenian community is organizing to raise awareness of the dangerous escalation. On Sept. 27, the territorial dispute over the region of Artsakh, also known as Nagorno-Karabakh, ignited again when it was attacked by the military forces of Azerbaijan. Within the borders of Azerbaijan and adjacent to Armenia, Artsakh is an area of Indigenous Armenians that declared independence from Azerbaijan in December 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Azerbaijan has …