The Cross Cultural Center is holding a holiday gift basket drive now through Nov. 10, to help make this Thanksgiving brighter for students in need.
Despite all of the hours music majors spend on their craft, their classes offer fewer credits per class. Music major students spend hours upon hours practicing in small soundproof booths in PCC’s music lab.
Students are preparing for the transfer season as UC and CSU applications become due and universities are visiting PCC frequently.
In between the Circadian Lounge, the L Building, and the Quad is an organic vegetable garden that most have probably never even noticed.
That garden is a project of the Seeds Of Change club.
If you’re unlucky enough to wield a Bank of America debit card in this era, get ready for a disappointing change.
The Associated Students discussed the realignment plan and heard student suggestions to better the college at its second town hall meeting in the Circadian on Oct. 20.
Bank of America’s new debit card transaction fee is receiving less than stellar reviews from students.
When searching for a good place to study on campus, some students prefer outdoor studying to indoor studying.
There was plenty of laughter to go around the Sexson Auditorium during Oct. 22’s afternoon performance, despite the sparse attendance.