Homelessness among college students has been on the rise for years. This semester two professors have taken it upon themselves to provide care for students who are homeless. In addition to their efforts, the college as a whole needs to do more to ensure that all students, regardless of living conditions, feel safe and cared for on campus.
Amid an attack on the accuracy of presidential candidate Carly Fiorina’s comments on Planned Parenthood and Republican scare tactics aimed at defunding the organization, both sides of the debate have fallen short of understanding the main issue at the heart of the controversy: late term abortions.
After five months, Associated Student President Irving Morales has filled all the vacancies on his executive board with the exception of Chief Justice of the Supreme Council.
The Lancers football team stay ahead of the region’s No. 2 ranked College of the Canyons for most of Saturday night’s game. But with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Cougars rallied and managed to pull ahead, beating the Lancers 28-24 in the SCFA NNC Opener.
The Lancers football team played a good game against LA Harbor College, especially in the third quarter, but missed an extra point kick that cost them the game and allowed Harbor to hold on for a 24-23 victory.
Newly elected Associated Students President Irving Morales plans to continue his role as a voice for students while advocating for a stronger AS presence on campus.
The Lancers men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Carbon Canyon Regional Park Saturday to participate in the season opener hosted by Cal State Fullerton.
Pasadena City College officials violated the law when they canceled winter session for the 2012-2013 academic calendar and must restore a semester calendar and pay employees for lost wages, according to a preliminary ruling from the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB).
Joe Peron, who has coached the women’s basketball team at PCC since 1996, is under a second investigation for violating the recruiting by-laws of the South Coast Conference.
The Supreme Court’s decision to not vote in favor of the plaintiff in King v. Burwell is a major victory for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The 6-to-3 ruling to uphold the ACA means that the federal government is allowed to provide nationwide tax subsidies. Low and moderate income Americans who would have previously struggled to buy health care can now afford it.