Lancer track and field athletes came home with two medals from the state championships held over the weekend in Sacramento at American River College.Tracee van der Wyk won first place in the 1,500-meter run making…

As institutes of knowledge accommodating differing perspectives, college campuses are also popular stages for students to exercise their First Amendment rights. The U.S. has observed this throughout time. Kent State University, for example, made headlines…

PCC Police Department Chief Peter Michael has suddenly gone on leave and is scheduled to officially retire June 30.According to Richard P. van Pelt, interim vice president of administrative services, Frank J. Scialdone has taken…

PCC architecture student Gabriela Colmenares took second place at the annual "2x8: Source" exhibition, sponsored by the American Institute of Architects, on May 7. The exhibit is designed to showcase emerging talent in the field…

Students are reaping the benefits of having Wi-Fi nearly everywhere on campus, providing a convenient way to complete schoolwork or for recreational use.Not all students use the Internet strictly for school, but many are finding…

Whenever he isn't busy checking books in at the circulation desk, Jared Burton, Library Technician II, helps scan hundreds of artifacts in the PCC library to an online database-a process called digitization.Since last October, Burton…

Maiko Perez, sociology, owns four bikes-two road bikes and two mountain bikes."I like to keep multiple bikes in case one breaks down," Perez said. "The hardest part about riding bikes is one breaking up on…

"My goal is to represent Canada in the Olympics," said track and field team captain Korey Brown. His coach believes that his discipline, dedication and speed will get him to the next the Olympics.Brown isn't…