Radio host targets student-working class

It is almost 7 p.m. on Sunday, Emily Bonilla’s nerves increase as she prepares all of her cameras and microphones and makes sure the live-stream is all set before her radio show starts. She takes a deep breath and reminds herself that the conversation she is about to have will raise awareness in the young community, which helps her to control her nerves. Now she is ready to address the issue of femicides. 20-year-old Bonilla along with Sofia Alvarado, both PCC students, host the podcast …

Save room for sweets, swap pasta for squash

Dessert baking has become very popular during the quarantine, but let’s put the sweets aside and make something tastier and healthier. A beef zucchini lasagna is an easy-to-make deliciously healthy option. The low-carb, keto-friendly, gluten-free and wheat-free recipe was taken from “The Skinnytaste Cookbook.” Ingredients: 1 lb of lean ground beef ¼ cup of dry white wine 5 medium-size zucchinis 2 cups table cream ¼ cup of parsley ½ cup of chopped onions 2 garlic cloves, minced 2 cups of cheese (either mozzarella or Monterey …

PCC professor charts new course for online teaching

Being a pioneer of the Distance Education Department (DED), currently one of the most essential departments for student success at PCC during the pandemic, is one of many accomplishments for Assistant Geography Professor Dr. Rhea Presiado. Just like students, the majority of faculty were suddenly forced into the online transition without prior training and proper equipment. Presiado, along with her 14 colleagues from the DED, has been mentoring and supporting other faculty who need help with remote instruction. This department has coordinated training on how …

COVID-19 pushes PCC’s fall semester online

PCC has decided to move all of its summer and most of its fall courses online, according to an email sent to faculty on May 15. The stay-at-home order has been extended multiple times, so PCC decided to make the commitment to go fully online for the summer instead of making adjustments for both students and faculty later in the intersession. The majority of fall 2020 courses will be taught remotely with the exception of a few courses which cannot be delivered online. These will …

Ahmaud Arbery: Buried without justice

It is very concerning that Gregory and Travis McMichael, murderers of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery, were arrested only after the video footage of the incident went viral on May 5. Yet, the most outrageous thing is that such a video has been available to the Glynn County Police Department (GCPD) for months now. It is almost certain that if the victim had been a white person and the killer had been a black male, the situation would have been very different. The black male would have …

Blotter: Transients escorted off campus

Monday, April 27 A female used the emergency call box located at Lot 1 to report that a man was following her. Officer assisted her and searched the area. They were unable to locate the suspect. A subject inside a parked vehicle in Lot 10 was escorted off-campus. An area check of the southeast side of Science Village was requested due to possible encampment. Officers conducted an area check with negative results. A transient sleeping south of the D-building was escorted off-campus. Tuesday, April 28 …

Virtual museum, real art

The closure of museums does not mean that love for art has to cool down. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) is now offering virtual tours and activities that can help us get through the difficult times of social distancing. The museum is offering a different program each day of the week: Back to School Monday, Giving Tuesday, Past, Present & Future Wednesday, Movie Night Thursday, Feel Good Friday, Artist at Home Saturday and Book Club Sunday. They are available on MOCA’s official …