Among the Office of Student Life (OSL), lies the office of Associated Students (AS) where the AS board come to work on their projects, talk to students about issues on campus, or meet with Natalie Lau, former VP of Public Relations and current Strategic and Planning marketing intern. Though the title may sound intimidating, it is simply another way to say “Social Media” intern, the person behind publicizing events on campus.
Forget the president, local elections matter more
Marking his first political speaking engagement since the end of his term, former President Barack Obama urged students at the University of Illinois to fight against President Donald Trump and his regime. The significance of the midterm election has been downplayed in years past and, in our current political climate, this coming November is shaping up to be one of the most important midterms to date.
Parking and political profs: Pet peeves plague PCC
When it comes to college life, there are many situations that could bother students. Other than the confines of a private conversation, their pet peeves often go unexpressed and the issues plaguing the individual often stay unresolved. If these personal problems are presented to an audience, however, there is an impetus for action and the likelihood of change increases.
I-8 sex offender employee to remain on campus
An email sent Thursday afternoon from Superintendent President Rajen Vurdien to Pasadena City College staff concluded that the school’s investigation into recent allegations against I-8 food services employee Ty Yu “could not be sustained”, allowing him to remain on campus while being closely monitored.
DTLA: An artist’s breakthrough
A common telling is to look up at all the tall buildings in Downtown Los Angeles and to be reminded of all the history. However, what is often missed is the city’s foundation. For example, the streets that are walked on daily. Despite Downtown LA’s cons like traffic and pollution, art is illustrated here in its purest form. A heavy taste of true “LA culture” is presented through the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk. Walking down Spring street, a variety of artists can be found, …
Writing Center: Now helping with just about everything
This semester, members of the English Departments and Board Directors of the college implemented new strategies that would expand the assistance already provided by the Writing Center.
Student caught drinking alcohol in Library
Monday, September 10 A subject was reported exiting the R building after hours. The building was secured and the subject was gone upon arrival of security. Two subjects were observed sleeping near the Circadian. They were arrested/cited and released. A report was taken for a student receiving unwanted gifts left on her vehicle from an unknown subject. A hit and run was reported in the Lot 5 parking lot. Two subjects got counseled and released after climbing trees near the Campus Center and L building. …
Narcotic use on campus
Monday, September 3 No activity was reported on this day. Tuesday, September 4 There were reports of several subjects possibly engaged in narcotic activity near the mirror pools. Upon arrival, officers were unable to locate any suspects matching those reports. There was a report of a hit and run in Lot 5. A report was taken. A student reported his bike was stolen on campus. The bikeike was taken from the bike racks at the Annex bungalows and a report was filed. A faculty member …
Lancers can’t dig their way out
Lancer volleyball continued to fight through a tough preseason winning only one out of their three matches this week at the Hutto-Patterson Gym dropping their record to a mediocre 3-6.