PCC’s present generation of pianists saw their hard work pay off during the sold out “Sun and Shadows: Music of Lightness and Darkness” concert this past Saturday evening in the Westerbeck Recital Hall.
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Last week the Associated Students filled up the quad with the joyful, energetic and adorable sound of barking puppies during their Don’t Worry Be Thankful event.
UPDATE: The Lancers earned the number 17 seed in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. They took part in a play-in round match on Saturday Nov. 21st but were defeated by long-standing rival and 16th seed Mt. San Antonio, 25-15, 25-23 and…
PCC Women’s volleyball was unable to hand El Camino its first loss in the South Coast Conference on Wednesday at the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
“I’m undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic!” is the phrase students scream while standing on the steps of the C building during the Coming Out of the Shadows event when they join the club United Without Boundaries.
Orange Mexican marigold flowers, also know as flor de cempasuchil, decorated the South El Molino Avenue sidewalk, along with colorful sugar skulls, calaca masks and vividly vibrant paintings inspired by the Mexican holiday Dia De Los Muertos.
Critics of the “New Motor Voter Act” argue that automatically registering people to vote when they obtain or renew their driver’s license will increase potential voter fraud by enabling illegal immigrants to vote.
The ongoing wave of gun violence at college campuses raises the question of how well prepared students and staff really are locally in regards to this nation-wide issue.
After winning their season-opening game at the Los Angeles Valley tournament, the women’s water polo team suffered a tough loss against Chaffey College this past Wednesday during their South Coast Conference game opener.