Women defeat ECC

October 21, 2009 0

The temperature was hot on Friday, but that didn't stop the women's soccer team from bringing the heat as the team dominated El Camino Compton Center 7-1. The men's team is still looking for its…

Last week's allegation that a woman was assaulted on campus created an air of danger. It presented a valid question for students, is the campus truly safe?Despite the fact that the victim recanted her statement,…

On Sept. 10, President Barack Obama became the recipient of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize. This has left many bewildered and questioning what he has really accomplished to deserve it.The Nobel Peace Prize has commonly…

The PCC water polo team had two wins and two losses in last weekend's tournament at Citrus College, finishing fifth out of nine teams.The Lancers (8-13 for the season) started the tournament on Friday with…

The Lancers couldn't contain the Allan Hancock Bulldogs offense, which gained 473 yards of total offense and defeated the Lancers 38-23 at Santa Maria on Saturday. Jonathan Troast started the game in place of Nick…

Cross-Cultural Event Set

October 21, 2009 0

In an effort to promote the variety of cultures on campus, the Associated Students will hold an event titled "A Taste of the World" on Tuesday in the Creveling Lounge.The Cultural Diversity Committee is coordinating…

PCC administrators welcome President Obama's American Graduation Initiative.Vice President of Instruction, Jackie Jacobs, and Acting Associate Dean of Enrollment Management/Academic Support, Allen Dooley, say that the initiative will be of great value to PCC."I think…

Two current members of PCC's Board of Trustees narrowly lost their bids for reelection Tuesday, according to semi-final election results with 100 percent of precincts reporting.Trustee Beth Wells-Miller of Area 7 and Trustee Consuelo Rey…