Though the World Cup has recently ended, the soccer teams at PCC are just beginning to stretch their legs for the upcoming 2010 season.After a tough 2009 season for both the men’s and women’s teams, the entire soccer program is depending on its teamwork and camaraderie to bring them together.
As he sprints on and off the field at Robinson Stadium in between quick-paced football drills, wide receiver Kemonte Bateman works up a sweat. Returning for his second year on the team, Bateman wants to work harder and be a bigger influence on his teammates.
One by one, instructor David Em holds up several examples of his students’ artwork from his Art 56 course. “Aren’t these great?” he says proudly. The enjoyment Em gets from teaching PCC’s digital drawing and painting class is obvious, perhaps because the ability to teach such a class was a hard-earned pleasure for David Em.
As the 14th annual Electric Daisy Carnival came to its close, LA Coliseum officials were forced to contemplate the booking of future raves when they came under fire for a teenage girl’s death among many injuries during the event.
This summer is proving to be a busy time for PCC’s swimming pool where an array of programs is taking place.Currently, an annual program which is a combination of recreational swim, adult lap swim, and youth swim lessons is being held by Extended Learning, according to Women’s Water Polo Coach Terry Stoddard.
While members of last year’s Associated Students Executive Board celebrated the successful passage of their proposed $10 student activity fee, other students on campus are still uncertain as to what the fee encompasses, and how it will benefit them.
As the newly appointed student trustee for 2010-2011, communication major Nolan Pack seeks to not only improve existing programs like the Metro I-Pass transit pass system but also establish new ones. These changes include sustainability polices and an advisory council for student trustees.
Valerie Wardlaw, a psychological intern at PCC, is worried about students. She sees a rising number of them being deeply affected by impersonal communication of something very personal. Cold social networking communication is replacing the once traditional phone call or face-to-face conversation: “I don’t love you anymore.
Former student Isaac Campbell, charged in the murder of his ex-girlfriend Liya “Jessie” Lu, appeared in an Alhambra Superior Court on Wednesday in another pretrial hearing, where Judge Laura Priver set the trial date for August 20.
As a multilingual student, Natalja Karniouchina seemed to be a perfect fit as vice president for cultural diversity on the Associated Students Board.