The California Faculty Association and the Students for Social Justice/No Cuts Coalition presented a teach-in for California college students regarding recent budget cuts and enrollment fee increases Tuesday at Cal State LA.
The new swine flu, now possibly at PCC, presents serious and validated fear to the public at large, but instead of overreacting to the fear and sensation given to them by the media, more people need to calm down, and do the only thing they can do: stay clean.
Kicking off their season with an 8-1 record, the Lancer Women’s Volleyball team hopes to continue playing well in its conference and further advance its regional and state standings, where the team has reached its first top ten state ranking.
The Lancer defense shut down the Riverside Tigers for three quarters in a defensive struggle as they won the road game 38-7 on Saturday in Riverside.
Year-round athlete Merry Sanders, 19, co-captains the women’s water polo team and plays the position of utility. She also competes on the swimming team, and dives. This is her second year playing at PCC.
Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams lost in the South Coast Conference openers against Los Angeles Harbor College on Tuesday.
Rank No. 8 in the state, the women’s volleyball team easily defeated Los Angeles City College on Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium, making their record 4-0 in the South Coast Conference, and 10-1 overall.
The collegiate baseball season doesn’t start for another six months but that is not stopping Head Coach Evan O’Meara from getting his players in top shape now.
Professor Loknath Persaud has been teaching the Spanish language full-time for 31 years, 21 years which have been here at PCC and “still more to come,” he says.
A budget passed in a hurry has left the Faculty Association as well as other members of the college with questions and ready for answers.