The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has excluded Fox News Channel from televising any of its candidate debates during the upcoming presidential cycle. Its 2020 presidential candidates are rejecting invitations from the network to hold town halls, forfeiting the chance to persuade voters watching who tune in
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.
‘Cabaret’ brings sex and drugs to Sexson Auditorium
At the Sexson Auditorium the play “Cabaret” showcased the love stories of Herr Schultz, Fraulein Schneider, Clifford Bradshaw and Sally Bowels and their experiences with sexual fluidity, drug use, liberalism, poverty and income inequality while faced with the rise of fascism in a liberal and modern Berlin, Germany in 1931.
The state of homelessness at PCC
The PCC Police Department (PCCPD) receives daily and continuous reports from students and staff of transients on campus taunting students with objects, setting up camp in the library, showering in the locker rooms and sleeping in the elevators prompting responding officers to escort them off campus.
Police Blotter: A male was arrested for an assault on campus
Monday, February 25 A transient was reported on Lot 1. Officers escorted the transient off campus. Graffiti was reported in the men’s restroom in the R building. Officers inspected the area and took vandalism report. Transients were reported in the mirror pool. Officers found one transient, no action was taken. A female was reported stealing from the campus bookstore. After officers communicated with library employees, it was found that theft did not occur. Student reported hit a run on Lot 4. Report was taken by …
The Catholic church and its culture of pedophilia
Top financial advisor and pedophile Cardinal George Pell faces up to 50 years to life in prison in Melbourne, Australia for molesting two choir boys in the 1990’s. All the while Pope Francis and the Catholic church scramble to cover up the sexual assault of the day until the next molestation scandal makes headlines.
BankMobile directly transfers funds to students
PCC and BankMobile have been collaborating the past few semesters to distribute financial aid, scholarships, grants and other funds directly to Lancer reducing wait times and paper checks that come with receiving funds from PCC’s financial aid office.
EOP&S: Helping students go above and beyond
The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S) at PCC, has been helping socially and economically disadvantaged students achieve their education goals since it was first implemented in state colleges in the spring of 1970.
What’s in store for football’s future?
The Lancers ended their football season with a record of 4-6, and 2-3 in the SCFA American Pacific League after winning the last game against Santa Barbara City College 15-14.