In her book “The Beauty Myth,” Naomi Wolf famously said, “Beauty provokes harassment, the law says, but it looks through men’s eyes when deciding what provokes it.” Clothes, alcohol, drugs and circumstances are not responsible for rape. However, our patriarchal culture frequently puts the responsibility for rape and assault on the victim.
The Young Americans For Liberty’s PCC chapter will host a forum for candidates running for Board of Trustees in R108 this Friday. The forum, which the club dubs the “Mini-Candidate Forum”, will provide candidates a platform to interact with students and members of the community prior to the Nov. 3 elections. Martin Enriques, James Osterling and Tom Selinske are running for District 2 and Hoyt Hilsman, Marshall Lewis and William Thomson are running for District 4.
“Homeland” is no stranger to controversy. While the show has had multiple Emmy and Golden Globe wins and has been hailed by critics, the show has experienced its fair share of criticism.
Working with the backdrop of PCC trying to get out of accreditation probation, under the direction of a new president and new academic senate leadership, Alex Boekelheide, PCC’s newly hired executive director of the recently rebranded Office of Strategic Communications and Marketing, is setting the stage to cast the school in a more positive light.
October is the month of domestic violence awareness and it’s important for everyone, especially women, to be aware of the signs of domestic violence and raise awareness to combat this problem.
The PCC Faculty Association has endorsed Tom Selinkse for the district two seat and Hoyt Hilsman for the district four seat on the PCC Board of Trustees.
A costly 15-yard penalty proved to be the beginning of the end for PCC football against Moorpark College Saturday when the Lancers blew a first-half lead and wound up losing 52-26.