While taking everyone’s feelings into consideration is important, someone’s freedom of speech should never be silenced for fear of not being politically correct.
REVIEW: Lysistrata is a sexually charged good time
The posters advertising Lysistrata warn: “Strong language, mature content, adult audiences only.”
And for good reason.
OP-ED: Animal testing is cruel and unnecessary
Animal testing is not just morally wrong; it’s cruel.
If people offer themselves up as test subjects, it’s a choice and can easily be undone by walking away. But an animal doesn’t have that freedom to walk away if the results are uncomfortable or unbearable for them.
History and fashion come together at PCC
High above campus in the fourth floor of the R building sits the fashion classroom. Lines of sewing machines, ironing boards, and designing tables are everywhere. Mannequins are scattered across the room, some wearing dresses and some sitting bare in a closet in the back. Pieces of fabric are scattered on tables and counters.
Students’ stress relief is not far away
College creates stress for students in many ways from day to day. It could be one day finding parking is tougher and the next an essay is due. Maybe midterms are approaching and there doesn’t seem to be enough time to study for all of one’s classes.
PCC instructor finds an escape in writing and teaching
PCC instructor Simona Supekar had her article about how she uses online resources to cope with a rare disease called idiopathic angioedema published in The Atlantic magazine.
Women’s basketball defeats LA Trade Tech
After losing to Mt. Sac, the women’s basketball team took on LA Trade Tech Friday and secured the win. The Lancers built an early lead on the way to an 85-46 drubbing of the Beavers.
OP-ED: California sexual assault bill is long overdue
If a student on campus is raped, the college has a responsibility to do everything it can to help any student who reports the incident to them. The college should be acting in the victim’s best interest, not in the best interests of the college’s image.
Tattoos not so taboo at PCC
Mark of the Beast. Tat. Body Art. These are just some of the slang terms people may use to refer to tattoos. According to Fox News, a study done by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology showed that 24 percent of Americans between the age of 18 and 50 have at least one tattoo.
Finals pushes students to caffienate
As finals approach, students start occupying the library and other quiet spaces in order to study. In order to ace finals, what do students grab when looking for something to help someone stay focused and awake?