COLUMN: LA hoops in a funk

By Alumni Staff May 23, 2012 0

            Things are in flux in the Los Angeles basketball world. The Lakers were eliminated from the playoffs by Oklahoma City in an ugly game five loss, and the Clippers got the broom treatment from…

Revised budget is unbalanced, unfair

By Alumni Staff May 23, 2012 0

Gov. Jerry Brown's revised plan to balance California's budget by cutting more money from those who are still struggling will cause more harm than good.             Brown pleaded with voters at a Capitol news conference…

Students Deserve Bail Out Too

By Alumni Staff May 9, 2012 0

US News reported recently that unpaid student loans have surpassed credit cards as the biggest form of debt in America at just over $1 trillion owed. The average debt for students graduating today? $25,000 according…

The UC & CSU system is failing you

By Alumni Staff May 9, 2012 0

As both students and parents continue to endure the escalating cost of higher education, many examine whether attending a private university, where tuition is much higher than a public university, is worth the expense. Deciding…

Death penalty gives victims justice

By Alumni Staff May 2, 2012 0

  Over 500,000 California voters have signed a petition that has put a measure that would abolish the death penalty on the November's ballot.  If the death penalty is abolished in California family and friends…

            California voters will decide in November whether the death penalty should be abolished after enough signatures were obtained by petitioners to have the proposal put on the ballot. Obviously, many Californians want to get…

Those attending a community college know how difficult it can be to get classes. The PCC website says current registration priority places students with the highest number of completed units since spring of 1982 near…