June. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and if things seem a little gayer than usual, that’s because it’s Pride Month.
7-Eleven: Why have you given up on yourself?
I went to the 7-Eleven right across the street from campus yesterday to get a slurpee (you know the one located at 1661 E Colorado Blvd) and left empty-handed, sticky, and disgusted.
Harry’s stylized debut album
Former boy band member and current teen heartthrob Harry Styles is the second member of One Direction to drop a solo record since the band’s indefinite hiatus announced in August of 2015.
Active shooter drill: What did I just watch?
GET OUT. HIDE OUT. KEEP OUT. TAKE OUT. These were all thoughts that crossed my mind as I sat through two of the worst Youtube videos I’ve ever seen in my life during PCC’s active shooter drill Thursday morning.
PCC’s Wifi: Where are you now that I need you?
Disclaimer: The following is the Lifestyle Editor’s sarcastic review of our campus’s wifi. No web browser’s cookies were crumbled during the making of this review.
Beers, Queers, and Cheers
Meryl Streep, a drag queen, and alcohol. It sounds like gay heaven, but it was actually an event hosted by Outfest at Angel City Brewery to honor the late Carrie Fisher on Star Wars day (May the 4th be with you).
Baseball: Where did three hours of my life go?
Disclaimer: I’ve somehow managed to avoid writing a real life sports story for the past 2 semesters, taking the easy route and writing profile stories about coaches and feature stories on events happening during games. The following is the Lifestyle Editor’s sarcastic attempt at covering a sports game. No baseball players were harmed in the process of writing this critical review.
Goblins, ghouls, and gremlins galore!
Pasadena oozed with creatures from the black lagoon and beyond as Monsterpalooza clawed its way through the convention center last weekend.
Hands Off Syria protest: Make PCC a sanctuary school
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the LA Answers Coalition, Centro CSO, and Black Lives Matter protested against President Trump’s aggression towards Syria on Tuesday at the quad.
Pro/Con: Should consumers hold abusive artists accountable?
When artists and celebrities are accused of violent acts, should the public boycott their professional endeavors or should their art be separate from their lives? Pro: Taylor Gonzales Being a celebrity is not a pass to do whatever you please. Just because someone is famous, that does not mean the same rules of being a decent human being are not applicable to them. It is up to us as fans, but more importantly as consumers, to take a stand.