PCC students are concerned over softening pandemic guidelines, worrying how the reversal of the mask mandate will be implemented. Will it bring positive or negative impact? And can people be trusted to be truthful about getting the vaccine?
Invest now for a brighter tomorrow
The COVID-19 pandemic is a wake up call for America to upgrade its infrastructure.
Students fight proposed budget cuts for TRIO programs
PCC staff and students gathered into a conference room in the Shatford library on Tuesday to discuss the recent proposal by the Trump administration that would reduce funding for the TRIO programs on campus. Funded by the US Department of Education, TRIO is a set of programs that help graduating high school students with low income or disadvantaged backgrounds in pursuit of their college career. Serving over 790,000 students nationwide and over 1400 here at PCC, the TRIO programs have helped many achieve their dreams …
Pro/Con: Is Apple right to fight the FBI?
Apple CEO Tim Cook has refused to comply with a court order to create a backdoor into the iOS software in order to unlock the iphone of the accused San Bernardino shooters. Should Apple be forced to comply with the court order?
Controlling welfare not so well
In an attempt to lift the people of Kansas out of poverty, Governor Sam Brownback has signed a bill limiting where welfare money can and cannot be spent.
OP-ED: The blame game in congress over the shutdown is ridiculous
The media would have you believe that the shutdown was the Republicans’ fault because they don’t like Obamacare. But that is not the case.