A lounge covered in rusty orange and bright red leaves that smelled just like pumpkin pie set the stage for students from 71 different countries around the world to get together at PCC and try new foods, give thanks, and experience the tradition of Thanksgiving for the first time together.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’: the PG version of a rockstar’s life
The biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” follows the legendary band Queen, specifically the standout lead singer Freddie Mercury, during the most important 15 years on their road to success up to their Live Aid performance in 1985. The film gives a glimpse of Mercury’s private life and the outside influences that tore apart the band for years. It is almost impossible to distinguish where actor Rami Malek ends and Mercury begins. From his infamously horrible teeth to his defined facial structure, it’s difficult to imagine that someone …
Don’t let trans people be erased by Trump
After being banished from the military, discriminated against in prisons and have the right to use the bathroom one chooses removed, the Trump administration felt it wasn’t enough for the transgender community. Now they are going to be erased completely thanks to a new proposed law.
Lack of counselors hinder low income student success
Although created to help low income students, the influx of new admittances into EOP&S (Extended Opportunity Programs and Services) has caused the program to become a burden on students and in some cases even hinder their success.
Lancers can’t dig their way out
Lancer volleyball continued to fight through a tough preseason winning only one out of their three matches this week at the Hutto-Patterson Gym dropping their record to a mediocre 3-6.
Lancer volleyball raided on their own court
The Lancers looked promising Wednesday night, taking the first set of the night but let the next three slip from their grasp handing the Moorpark Raiders yet another win. In theme with the rest of this season, the team fell to 1-3 did not take home the victory.
Police Blotter: Pasadena police department investigates rape on campus
Tuesday, April 4 Pasadena Fire Department transported a male student to the hospital after he was complaining of chest pain from the Health Center. Officers were called after a woman stated that the vehicle parked next to hers hit her vehicle. There were no injuries in the accident. Wednesday, April 5 An emergency exit of the Community Education Center was found ajar. The area was checked by officers and seemed to be all clear. An ambulance was called to the Community Education Center after a …
PCC students swarm the competition
PCC students began to prepare for their redemption at the 2017 NASA Swarmathon as soon as the school year started. After a mediocre first attempt, the students began training for their next attempt at the gold.
Rape charges cause box office bust
The tremendous amount of Oscar buzz and great reviews that the Nat Turner biopic, “Birth of a Nation,” received at the Sundance Film Festival was a misleading start for the film, which had a underwhelming premiere at the box office grossing only $8 million.
Gamers go wild for Game Empire
The dragon burning through the castle mural covering the walls of the Game Empire interior sets the scene for the adventures to come.