The women’s basketball team plays from start to finish in a ‘no-sub’ spell due to dwindling numbers, pushing them to the brink in the 41st Gilcrest tournament. They finished in sixth place despite losing half their games, and they continue their fight today at the College of the Desert Winter Classic against Fullerton College.
PTSA’s silent auction gives back at President’s holiday party
The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) decked the hallway with a holiday boutique in front of the President’s annual holiday party in the Creveling Lounge to give the gift of charity to PCC programs.
Chasing football dreams from Carolina to California
Leaving home for the first time is hard when moving across the state or even just across town, but when relocating cross country for the dream and leaving family behind, it pays to have your friends along for the ride.
Joan Didion uncoiled in ‘The Center Will Not Hold’
The eccentric quiet of Joan Didion is presented in the Netflix documentary, “The Center Will Not Hold,” a film about her career and life that could only be tenderly put together by her niece and nephew. Cousins Griffin and Annabelle Dunne captured their aunt so beautifully, I am tempted to write Didion in hopes that she will accept me as her honorary niece. I promise to always have an ice cold coke and a can of salted almonds if you can coach me on how …
Journalists should cover suicides to prevent them
In the 12 minutes it may take you to finish reading this article and share it with a friend, another American life will be lost to suicide.
Loss leaves PCC devastated, but still with title chance
The Lancers rode into the Homecoming game on a five game high, but were tested by crosstown rivals and defending Champions East Los Angeles College with a humbling loss of 14 – 42 in the last home game of the season.
Former PCC student dead in apparent campus suicide
UPDATE: 10/16/17 5:45 p.m. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office told the Courier that the decedent was 20 year-old Gordon Yu from Montebello.
Water polo “hard pressed” for a winning season
Lancers took on conference opponents LA Trade Tech (LATT) on Wednesday, Oct. 4th, leading the game from the get-go to continue their stunning spread from the previous week of over 10 points with a final score of 16-5.
You want a war, Trump? Then go fight it yourself
They say “pick your battles”, but when the battle is picked for you and you can’t even tweet Trump up and ask “WTF?” since the dude blocked you on Twitter – we are left scratching our heads and bracing for World War III.
ALERT: Attempted sexual battery reported on campus
Yesterday, a female student reported a sexual assault that occured at student parking lot #4 located on Del Mar and Hill Avenue. The reported incident occurred on Tuesday, Aug. 29, around 4 p.m. according to a statement issued by campus police.