The C building hallway, rooms C109, C111, and the Little Theater, were filled with diligent speech and debate team members rehearsing with each other and talking to walls to prepare for the Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Association (PSCFA) Fall Championship.
Veterans honored at wall ceremony
A large crowd of veterans, family, friends, and students gathered around PCC’s memorial wall for a ceremony commemorating past and present veterans for their service on the Tuesday before Veterans Day. The ceremony began with a salute from the members of PCC Fencing Club. Then it was followed by a few introductions recognizing key VIPs who were present during the ceremony. Among those recognized were Board of Trustees members Ross Selvidge and Linda Wah, new executive director of the Office of Strategic Communications and Marketing …
Indie, pop, folk, and rock is the singer-songwriter’s style
Amidst all the shopping and eating there is a small get away in the middle of the courtyard of One Colorado. In the small stage across Crate & Barrel and Al Fornaio restaurant stood an upbeat freelance musician by the name of Theo Katzman, covering a wide variety of music from pop to indie to folk and rock on Saturday night.
Proposition 47 is not guilty
A year ago, California voters passed Proposition 47, an initiative that re-classified certain low-level, non-violent felonies such as drug possession, petty theft, shoplifting, forging or writing bad checks, and stolen property, as misdemeanors. Now, police and prosecutors are linking increases in crime to the proposition. While it is true that there has been an increase in crime, it does not necessarily mean that the proposition is the cause of it. Proposition 47 has a lot of good points and they simply cannot be ignored. Overcrowding …
Is a $100 million homelessness initiative the answer?
With already over 44,000 homeless people living in the streets of Los Angeles and counting, Mayor Eric Garcetti declared the situation a “state of emergency” and recently proposed to spend $100 million as an effort to ease the problem.
Lady Lancers take home first win of the season
Women’s soccer found their rhythm after a 3-0 win against San Diego City College on Friday.