Sexy Latina, angry black girl, nerdy Asian, and exotic are labels the majority of marginalized folks have been thrown into due to how the mainstream culture has portrayed them. “’You have no idea how difficult it is to get a bunch of black and Hispanic kids to watch ‘SNL’ over ‘In Living Color,” said ‘Girls Trip’ actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish in her opening monologue on Saturday Night Live (SNL) after making history by becoming the first female black stand-up comic to host SNL in …
PCC has 30,000 students, but only 3 microwaves
To students coming into the CC building, a few things will capture their eyes: the smell of food coming from the Piazza, voices of students talking in the lounge, the fish swimming in the tank between the restrooms on the first floor, and students in line waiting to heat up their food in the only three functioning microwaves on campus.
Impressive 4th quarter earns Lancers win
Lancers water polo played the East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Huskies Wednesday afternoon in a SCC game, earning an unnerving win (18-16).
Center for the Arts: Where creators grow
Students singing, playing instruments, or carrying art supplies. It is easy to notice it all as soon as the sliding doors of the Center of the Arts building prop open. Every single classroom provides different venues for art students.
Volleyball stays hot with third straight win
The Lancers volleyball extended their winning streak after defeating Rio Hondo College (RHC) in four sets (26-24, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20) during their first SCC match of the season.
Offensive lancerpoint: Lopez sets season-high in kills in PCC victory
When outside hitter Vanessa Lopez scored her fourth kill at 13-3 of the second set, it was clear that she was the player LA Harbor College (LAHC) needed to stop, but by the time she celebrated her set winning kill at 25-17 it was obvious they never would. PCC won the enthralling match Wednesday, Sept. 27th, 3-2 (19-25, 25-17, 23-25, 29-27, 16-14).
Lancer’s Lives: Political Prow with rhetoric approach
Erick Peraza is on his fourth year pursuing a major in rhetoric looking into an emphasis in politics. He is currently the vice president for the United Without Boundaries club and will be applying to many universities in November hoping to get accepted into a good university such as UC Berkeley.
Transgender soldiers are still soldiers
Much like muggle born wizards striving to live fairly in spite of Voldemort’s world, many members of the transgender community have risen up to defend themselves and all genders inside the military after Trump’s insensitive transgender ban was set out.