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Prestigious bio-tech program helps give back to students and community Computer science lecture adds women to the discussion Board to search for interim police chief

Prestigious bio-tech program helps give back to students and community

At the back of the Science Village there is a bungalow that houses the Biological Technology Program at PCC. Run by Dr. Pamela Eversole-Cire, the program is host to a grant that allows a select number of students to spend a year interning and developing their own stem cell projects. Continue reading →

Computer science lecture adds women to the discussion

Purple and white balloons accompanied simple, hastily-made signs with “She++” scrawled in black marker dotted throughout campus. For most, the phrase is a foreign combination of a word followed by plus signs. But to tech-heavy individuals, the message is clear: … Continue reading →

Board to search for interim police chief

The Board of Trustees has begun an official process for finding an interim chief of police after it fired Don Yoder at its Nov. 17 meeting. Continue reading →

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PCC Feminist Club rethink what is safety to our society

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The U.S.-led airstrikes can protect innocent civilians in Syria and Iraq

The U.S.-led airstrikes began in Syria at the end of September, and it has been the one of the most controversial topics in the United States and the world. If no one takes any action, who will take responsibility of … Continue reading Read more

PCC website prepares to undergo new transformation

A team of professional web design technicians are preparing to give the PCC website a complete make-over to improve its look and functionality. Read more

St. Louis police union should get over it

St. Louis is making a serious bid at overtaking Las Vegas as the world capital of terrible ideas. Read more

Macro, micro and niche: creativity without profit

King Arthur looked on his loyal knights gathered around the round table. Each of them was ready to give their life for their king. He rose, and brought Excalibur down in the center of the table. The La Crosse stick … Continue reading Read more

Charismatic PCC One host makes the most of Time

Longtime Lancer Lens newscaster and independent film producer Laila Hajjali will soon leave PCC with two certificates and ambitions to start her own production company. Read more

Ayanna Winter Guard starts season off with a whirl

With flags twirling, the students participating in the Ayanna Winter Guard practiced drills last month to prepare for their 2014-2015 season. Continue reading Read more


Despite the decision of the grand jury not to indict former police officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, violent protests took place in Ferguson as well as other parts of the country. Regardless of a dedicated police presence, it was the protestors who took advantage of the situation and turned what was supposed to be a peaceful protest into violent vandalism that endangered the community. Continue reading Read more

Undocumented students find relief with UWB

With Obama’s new executive order concerning the status of undocumented immigrants, many concerns and questions have surfaced for undocumented students on campus. Read more

Badminton team holds high hopes for upcoming season

With the upcoming season rapidly approaching, the women’s badminton team is shaping up to be a promising mix of new and returning players eager to reclaim the South Coast Conference title. Continue reading Read more

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