Archive | March, 2013

SCENE: The Rocha Years

Designed by: Concepcion Gonzalez, Buren SmithTIMELINE: Major college milestones during the tenure of the current president/superintendent. 

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Technological invasion gets mixed reactions

With the rapid increase of quality in technology and the demand students have for it, professors and instructors at PCC have slowly become more tolerant of technology’s presence in the classroom. Continue reading

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Award Winning poet Juan Herrera leaves students inspired

Laughter and nostalgia were felt among the audience as award winning Chicano poet Juan Herrera read selections of his poetry reading on March 26 in the Creveling Lounge. Continue reading

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VOICES: What do you think the college administration should fix on campus?

Photos by: John Novak, Matthew Chan  Students give their opinion about the potential improvements on the campus administration.

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President wants college to ‘move forward’

Accentuating the positive efforts of his administration, President Mark Rocha explained his views about the school’s problems at a news conference for journalism students on March 26. Continue reading

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Women’s Badminton dominates over El Camino

The women’s badminton team triumphed over El Camino College on Friday at home in their 39th consecutive conference victory, when the match ended in a staggering 19 to 2 victory for PCC. Continue reading

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AS cites continuing problems with transfers

Associated Students officials say they are continuing to see problems with transfer of courses to Cal State and CSU’s despite assurances from administrators.
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Softball hits four-loss drought

The women’s softball team suffered its fourth straight loss to No. 14 Mt. Sac, 14-0 on Tuesday, after falling to Long Beach, 4-1, East L.A., 13-4 and El Camino, 9-8 last week. Continue reading

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AS recommends merging Lancer ID and debit card

The Associated Students Board has recommended connecting the Lancer ID card and a US Bank debit card.
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Campus visited by another adult film star

Just three weeks after adult film star James Deen stirred the campus up, another adult film star Jessica Drake appeared. Continue reading

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