So what, your supply of midazolam is about to expire. Who’s fault is that?
‘The Circle’ proves just as pointless as the shape
“Knowing is good. Knowing everything is better.” If there’s any quote from this week’s new film The Circle that summarizes the entire plot of the near two-hour cinematic flop, that’s the one. If I had known it would be that simple, I might not have felt so bad about stepping out to refill my popcorn.
Another reason not to drink Pepsi
Now I’ve never been a Pepsi fan. Given the choice, I’d take a Coke every time. I’ve also never understood why a large majority of my generation is obsessed with the Kardashians. But if I thought I despised them before they trivialized decades of civil rights protests and the recent Black Lives Matter movements in a mere two-and-a-half minutes, I surely loathe them now.
An o-fish-ally sweet sushi spot
In a small plaza just off of Lake Avenue sits Sugarfish, a small sushi restaurant that is known for having sushi that “melts-in-your-mouth.”
Lancers’ Lives: Preserving Iranian tradition with sustainable fashion
Niousha Khosrowyar is a 23-year-old freshman at PCC. She was born in Tehran, Iran, and studied fashion for a year in London. She hopes to transfer to USC in the fall, and is majoring in business management/marketing.
Associated Students: Standards of Student Conduct updates
Was on the BoT meeting for approval or ratification but AS requested more time because they felt like students should be in charge of approving it Associated Students was not able to have representation at the College Council meeting when the Standards of Student Conduct were passed (no student presence because students were unavailable — not the fault of the committee) Associated Students wanted to have the chance to review the Standards before they were officially passed “Our student trustee has reviewed them preliminarily, and …
New bill means HIV-positive not so negative
In a post-election era of increased prejudice, bigotry and hate crimes, it is more important now than ever that Americans learn to stop discriminating against others based on gender identification, race, sexuality and disease.
Lancers swim makes waves at travel meets in NorCal
The men’s swim team defeated the Diablo Valley Vikings, 83-81, for the first time last weekend before winning the Mariner Invitational—also for the first time—the next day.
Final Measure P Project allocates $1.6 Million to science labs
The empty basement of the E-building will soon transform into new state-of-the-art science labs, classrooms and faculty offices, as the final installment of Measure P has allotted $1.6 million in funding towards this project.
It started out as an average Saturday night at work — my phone buzzed, I accepted the order and blindly followed my phone’s directions to Old Town, where I stopped, not in front of the usual fast food chain or grocery store, but in front of a sex shop.