Coming off a tie against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 1-1, the Lancers looked to pick up their form against Mt. San Antonio College’s (Mt.SAC) 4-4-1. However, Mt. SAC came on top to win 1-0 in a one-sided affair.
The Lancers could only come away from Chaffey College with a 1-1 draw in their first conference game of the season.
What was displayed against GCC last Friday was forgotten, as the men’s soccer team were crushed 4-0 against Cerritos College this past Tuesday.
What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don’t know but the flag is a huge plus. This classic joke is not only funny it’s a huge statement that says more about their healthcare than ours.
After a surprising defeat against L.A. Mission College last Tuesday, the Lancers hit the ground running with a 4-2 victory over Glendale Community College on Friday night.
PCC and Oxnard College played to an entertaining 2-2 draw that saw the Lancers dominate the 1st half, and Oxnard dominate 2nd half.
Lancers soccer sensational forward, Artin Almary, was born in England, raised in Glendale, California, and now after two stellar seasons on the pitch he’s signed for the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes of the NAIA.
A deadly substance called PCP (politically correct person) is spreading through American college campuses once again, but this time at even higher rate. This phenomenon hasn’t been an issue since the 1960s where American socialists within their communist party line began to be egalitarian with their politics.
The world is full of entrepreneurs who have made a name for themselves by sticking with an idea and running with it; which is what owner of Nostalgic Books and Comics Peter Mellini, 35, accomplished by hosting the first ever East Los Angeles Comic Con in his hometown of East Los Angeles.
To address any concerns students had with PCC, President-Superintendent Rajen Vurdien held his 23rd monthly open student forum at the Creveling Lounge on Monday, May 22.