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Lancers mourn death of former basketball player

After a courageous two-year battle with Stage 2 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, former Lancer women’s basketball point guard Angeline Jefferson died Sunday. She was only 21-years-old.

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OP-ED: No need to ban animal testing

It is impossible to argue that animal testing is 100 percent flawless. It only takes a few clicks on any internet search engine to find proof that animals are mistreated every day. However, completely banning animal testing is not the way to go. Effective testing is definitely possible without inflicting harm on the subjects. Continue reading

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OP-ED: Animal testing is cruel and unnecessary

Animal testing is not just morally wrong; it’s cruel.

If people offer themselves up as test subjects, it’s a choice and can easily be undone by walking away. But an animal doesn’t have that freedom to walk away if the results are uncomfortable or unbearable for them. Continue reading

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History and fashion come together at PCC

High above campus in the fourth floor of the R building sits the fashion classroom. Lines of sewing machines, ironing boards, and designing tables are everywhere. Mannequins are scattered across the room, some wearing dresses and some sitting bare in a closet in the back. Pieces of fabric are scattered on tables and counters. Continue reading

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No. 4 seed for women’s basketball

The Lancers women’s basketball team was rewarded with a No. 4 seed in the 2014 CCCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Championships Continue reading

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Men’s basketball playoff bound

After a 10 year drought, the Lancers men’s basketball team received a No. 12 seed for the upcoming Southern California playoffs. Continue reading

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OP-ED: Chick-fil-a is welcome

Soon after Pasadena was named America’s second “gayest” city by Matthew Breen of Advocate.com, it became known that Chick-fil-A chose to open a new location on Colorado Boulevard. It may not sit well with some, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with this. Continue reading

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Are You About That Life?

With social media becoming our generation’s most common form of communication, people are able to share whatever they wish about themselves to all of their friends, family, and even strangers with a click of a button. Continue reading

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Bulking up: do you even lift, bro?

Being fit and keeping in shape is more than a routine; for some, it is a lifestyle. Want to venture on your own fitness journey? PCC is crawling with avid gym goers who were eager to share their two cents on what a fit lifestyle really takes. Continue reading

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POLICE BLOTTER

A compilation of crazy happenings on campusFebruary 5th Someone stole a laptop from inside the women’s restroom at Science Village. The victim left her laptop on top of the paper towel dispenser while she utilized the facilities. When she exited … Continue reading

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