The long awaited Marvel thriller “Thor: Ragnarok” delivered, hammering the box office with a fierce, thunderous strike, making up for most of the rubbish released during the summer.
As a country, we are still in a World Cup blues after the United States flopped harder than the Falcons against the Patriots in Superbowl LI, after they carelessly blew their chances like Paris Saint-Germain against Barcelona in the Champions League, and after they broke the hearts of die-hard fans, similar to what the Astros did against Dodgers in the World Series. That being said, the United States Soccer Federation needs improvement in the league and the national team. Change is imminent. On the last …
It was never going to be an easy season for the men’s soccer team, coming into this season with only 5 returning players and 20 freshmen with no experience in community college soccer. The Lancers finished dead last at fifth place (1-6-1) in a competitive South Coast Conference and at an overall of 5-11-4 after 22 games.
Last Thursday afternoon, Associated Students held a rally in support of solidarity and spoke about the issues students of all backgrounds face everyday.
This past Saturday the Lancers women’s soccer team scrapped a narrow 1-0 win against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) in a tense 90 minutes of play.
With only a few conference games left, the men’s soccer team stepped up against an unbalanced East Los Angeles team (3-2) to give the Lancers some hope for a playoff spot.
Tuesday’s game redeemed the Lancer’s attack with a 1-1 draw against Long Beach Community College.
The Lancers climbed out of their 7-game winless streak with a triumphant 2-1 win against Long Beach City College.
The Lancers second home game was filled with goals and controversy, however it was Rio Hondo College who ended up on top, winning 3-2 after a tense 90 minutes of play.
Last week, the Lancers faced tough competition against East Los Angeles College (6-1-5) and Mt. San Antonio College (9-1-2). The Lancers lost to ELAC 3-1 and to Mt. SAC 3-0.