Much like my life during Spring Break, the PCC Book Sale Facebook group has spiraled out of control.
PCC held its annual time waster of an earthquake drill Thursday as it participated in the statewide “Shake Out” drill.
Monday, October 2 No activities were reported for this period. Tuesday, October 3 A student reported she was sexually harassed last semester, and wished to remain anonymous. A student reported a sexual assault incident that occurred off campus. A suspect was escorted to Psych Services for assistance after reports of a verbal disturbance in L-107. A Male Hispanic subject was reported suffering from an anxiety attack. Officer reported the subject was possibly dehydrated. A female transient was reported in the GM building locker room. An …
Not since Al Roker admitted on television to shitting himself at the White House, have I been more confused by what I am looking at.
It’s 9:25 A.M. on Monday morning, or “Jizz Time” as the elevator doors in student parking lot 4 have so eloquently put it.
Campus police sent out an email blast Tuesday night informing students that multiple counts of sexual battery were reported on Monday, September 18 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.
I woke up last night in a cold sweat gasping for air only to realize I was safe at home in bed. No, I wasn’t having nightmares about the new IT movie, rather, I was having a reoccurring nightmare that comes during the first two weeks of each semester, as I have to relive the pain and agony of searching for a parking space.
2017’s “Fuck Yeah Fest” proved to be the biggest and brightest yet, extending from its traditional 2-day festival to a 3-day extravaganza.
FYF Fest is one of LA’s hottest summer music festivals, which consistently provides some of the biggest names in music, along with up and coming artists. This year, FYF Fest is no exception as its line up includes Hip-Hop legend Missy Elliott, rock gods Nine Inch Nails, and the notoriously elusive Frank Ocean, just to name a few.