Despite all the uncertainty that has been circulating amongst PCC sports teams, due to the relentless COVID-19 virus that has drastically changed college athletics, the runners and coaches of the cross-country team continue to hope for the best and wait patiently for what the Spring 2021 season has in store.
How Spotify’s Lorem is helping bedroom-pop and Lo-Fi music go mainstream
The Spotify music streaming service has drawn in many young listeners with it’s new Lorem playlist, that is helping a new sound of music and artist rise to popularity in the mainstream media.
Free high speed internet for students struggling through another semester online
Covid-19 has negatively affected the way lower-income students are learning, and while these students continue to fall behind due to the lack of WiFi in their homes, Charter Communications Remote Education Offer might finally be the answer to the problem as well as the answer to fixing the national academic achievement gap.
How to master online holiday shopping during COVID
To avoid the tightly bunched crowds and accommodate for a socially distanced Black Friday this year, retail stores have stressed online deals more than ever this month, and there are a few things people should be aware of while shopping in stores or online for the remainder of this holiday season.
Lancer Pantry continues at temporary off campus site
In response to campus food insecurity during Covid-19, the Lancer Pantry has migrated directly across the street from PCC to Knox Church, to continue offering food to students and community residents in need two days a week from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. for the fall semester.
Wrap up the summer at the drive-in theater
There is nothing like pulling up to the colossal movie screen, and reclining the car seat, with the windows rolled down and that melted buttery popcorn smell in the air, while the starry night sky shines above. In Los Angeles, there are only a few more options for a vintage themed movie night like this, at the classic drive-in theater.
Campus flea market remains closed through another semester
After six months of updates informing the community that the PCC Flea Market remains postponed indefinitely, some vendors and customers are fed up with the wait.
Lancer Motorsports club virtually designs a car together
The single seater electric go-kart produced by PCC and Caltech students unleash an ear-splitting roar with an engine capable of traveling up to 80 miles per hour.