3 ways to keep your pooch peppy during quarantine

Have you noticed your dog giving sad puppy eyes more than normal? As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, frustration may start to settle in for many including our four-legged friends. One way to combat their weariness is to keep them busy, happy and healthy. Here are three simple steps that can help keep your dogs occupied during quarantine. Step 1: It’s never too late to teach an old dog new tricks. Lately you may have noticed that your dog is overwhelmed with boredom. One way to …

No equipment needed for this workout

While all gyms across the county are closed as we continue to practice social distancing many people are left without the place where they can escape the world and get their daily workout in to stay fit. Here is a simple workout that anybody can do that requires no fancy equipment all you need is yourself and a little bit of space. You can take however long to finish the workout since where in quarantine you have all day to do it. Warmup: Stretching To …

Quarantine won’t stop us from celebrating Mother’s Day

From thanking mom for always being there for you during your downfall, cheering you on during a game and telling you that she loves you no matter what, PCC students and staff still take the time to celebrate Mother’s Day during quarantine. For student Yessenia Hernandez, Mother’s Day was spent lounging around. The only exciting part of the day was surprising her mother with a gift. “My mother has always baked growing up and had her own little business going on here around the neighborhood,” …

DIY haircut leads to tragic ‘do

With barbershops and hair salons closed, many of us have been forced to let our hair grow out. My hair was beginning to get very long so I decided to give myself a trim. My trim turned to be a little more than just a trim. I botched my haircut so bad I ended up shaving my entire head. I have never attempted to cut my own hair, or anyone’s for that matter. It was definitely a new endeavor for me. Barbers make it seem …

COVID-19 can’t stop PCC’s journalistic triple threat

Now that she’s cooped in her house due to the quarantine, Caitlin Hernandez has to keep busy so she won’t catch a case of the quarantine blues. Whether she’s updating the COVID-19 landing page, researching for her journalism internship or photographing with her girlfriend, everything she’s currently doing has a purpose. Hernandez is the managing editor of the Courier, as well as a writer and a photographer. She covers a variety of stories, from features to breaking news. On top of all that, she is …