Though, to some, it may be tempting to allow ones heartstrings to be yanked and twisted by the group of humans occupying Los Angeles, it is important to remember that theirs is a campaign of dependency that will slowly drain the love, the blood and the life from our great country.
The football team lost against Southern California’s No. 1 team Saddleback College with a score of 56-21 on Oct. 22 at Saddleback Stadium in Mission Viejo.
The Richard McKee Transparency Act of 2011 is an important change in the publics’ ability to access college information.
It remains to be seen if the Occupy Los Angeles movement and it’s global counterparts will generate any future changes in economic and political policies.
A forum for the six candidates running in the Board of Trustees election in November will participate in a forum in the Creveling Lounge on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m.
The women’s soccer team had its first win against Mt. San Antonio College in three years on Tuesday. The Lancers pulled off their win with a lockout score of 2-0 after a slow first period.
The PCC football team started off conference play Saturday with an upset victory over 3rd ranked, and undefeated Fullerton College. The final score of 30-20 was attained by The Lancer’s opportunistic defense, and the poised arm of third-string quarterback Zeke Julien.
The Center for the Arts Building is rising above the campus and is 25 percent complete, according to Measure P Director Jack Schulman.
A new state law named in honor of former PCC Professor and open government activist Richard McKee was signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown and will make college records more accessible to the general public.