Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden revive their roles, James and Alyssa, as the modern day Bonnie and Clyde in “The End of the F***ing World” season two. The gripping British series returned to Netflix without falling short of its dark romance, nostalgic soundtrack and relatable inner-dialogue. “It was a fitting end. A doomed love story. A perfect tragedy. And then I didn’t die,” said James. James recaps all the feels of season one finale, which left off on a dramatic cliffhanger as the screen faded …
Millennials udderly decline milk sales
Dean Foods Co., America’s largest milk producer, has recently filed for Ch.11 bankruptcy. They announced that they’ve received $850 million from lenders to keep operations running and to pay their employees until they get bought out. Dean Foods also mentioned that this was a choice for “voluntary reorganization,” however, was it really voluntary or did millennials have something to do with it?
Four tips to sleigh your way this holiday
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, which means it’s time to hit the crowds and make your way to holiday shopping. Tis’ the season for all things jolly and joyful, however going through the overcrowded malls and fighting over the last item you needed, takes away the fun of gift-giving. Finding the right gifts for your friends and loved ones can be a challenge, so here’s a few tips and tricks from fellow shoppers to help you navigate through the aisles this …
People won’t surrender their guns…still
This past week, the U.S. experienced multiple mass shootings within a four day span, with two of them happening within 24 hours of each other. When one shooting occurs, more shootings follow. These recent shootings have brought the attention back once again to the never ending debate of gun control. Shootings in the United States aren’t a surprise to anyone anymore, people are constantly saying “enough is enough,” however, 375 mass shootings later, it still isn’t.
Boomer Obama wants to cancel “cancel culture”
Former President Barack Obama targeted his younger audience’s activism at the Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago, where his boomer views show the older generation’s lack of understanding of today’s modern day protest.
Blotter through Oct. 6: It’s a dog eat dog week at PCC
From the PCC Campus Police blotter through Oct. 6, 2019:
Cross country: keeps pride in their stride during invitationals
The Lancers eagerly raced at the Golden West Invitationals Friday Sept. 20, at Central Park in Huntington Beach. The women’s team participated in the 5k run, placing eight out of 10, while the men’s team ran the four mile, placing eight out of 14.
University day: Students seek their future stay
Students huddled around booths as university day made its way to the mirror pools on campus. Banners and music surrounded the atmosphere, attracting passersby as well as those aware of the event. From stickers to boat races, students had the chance to win prizes as they walked along the crowd gathering brochures and lanyards from universities of their interest.
PCC crushes the week with club rush
One after another, tables filled the quad of PCC; welcoming individuals with upbeat music, dancing, free goodies, and colorful snow cones to fight off the heat. In hopes to attract new club members, club rush week on campus allows students to gather and eat with their friends while wandering around to see if anything grasps their interest. With sign up sheet after signup sheet, surely there is a club for everyone.