It is a dangerous world for bicyclists – especially in the streets of Los Angeles.
Kim crushes baseball run record
Transferring schools as an athlete isn’t the easiest thing to do. It is hard to jump from one program to another and become a top player or to keep your confidence high enough to do well. In this case, it is different. Andres Kim a sophomore baseball transfer who came to PCC has became a prominent athlete who has succeeded and will continue to succeed.
Revved up for summer: how to keep your car in gear
When taking a road trip it is more than just getting up and driving, especially if you want to arrive at your destination safe and sound. There are more procedures than just filling up your car with gasoline. Keeping up with the maintenance for your car is key, especially on road trips.
Associated Students Meeting: April 26, 2017
Lobby Committee is traveling to Washington D.C. Open Education Resources Undocumented Student Rights Transgender Student Rights Bridge Act Jobs Act Real Act America RISING Act Mobilizing Against Sanctuary Cities Act Advisor Will be attending the Lobby Committees trip to Washington D.C Drag Show Associated Student are putting on a Drag Show Show will be May 26, 2017 Budget for funds accepted
Inspiration propels pianist to pinnacle performance
As his hands move swiftly and confidently across the familiar 88 piano keys, PCC student Jesse Reyes is only looking for two things: to perform his best and let all that hard work pay off.
Police Blotter: Man caught videotaping underneath C-building’s restroom stalls
Monday, March 27 A student was reported disrupting their class. Officers made contact with the student, counseled them and resolved the issue. A man was harassing a woman near the C-building. Officers made contact with an individual smoking a cigarette near the mirror pools. A ticket was issued. A student reported a man was using a video camera to record underneath the stalls inside of the second floor C-building men’s restrooms. Tuesday, March 28 A homeless man entered the GM-building men’s locker room. Officer escorted …
Women’s basketball loses to ELAC for third time
In the second round of the SoCal Regionals, PCC’s women’s basketball team came up short in an overtime loss to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 70-64, ending their season at a record of 21-10.