If it’s one thing that has emerged from Mac Miller’s tragic death, it’s the heartfelt words of remembrance from his peers along with his glowing reputation that affected his fans emotionally and deeply. Artists such as Ariana Grande, Chance the Rapper, SZA, Charlie Puth, Wiz Khalifa, other artists and millions of fans shared heartfelt condolences, short clips of past tours, pictures and Miller’s talent of music influence across all social media platforms in memory of Mac Miller. Miller began to show interest in rap in …
Heels off, equality is on
Actress, Cate Blanchett and French filmmaker, Agnes Varda led 82 women on the red carpet in a protest of gender inequality at the premiere of Eva Husson’s “Girls of the Sun” by locking arms and turning their faces away from the Palais des Festival and toward the crowd.
Swim breaks alumni records at State Championship
This season of swimmers from PCC’s swim team are recognized for bringing home 13th place at the State Championship as well as breaking alumni records that have been recognized in PCC’s sports Hall of Fame. As this season comes to a close, the most memorable highlights are shared as the swim team says farewell to a few swimmers. Coach Stoddard is proud of the leadership from Samuel Jo as well as the effort Sydney Odent, Ryan Wang, and Roman Rostomyan put into their events at …
Trump’s Nobel nomination an abomination
President Donald Trump has addressed one governmental issue; he has made efforts to end the standoff with North Korea over its nuclear weapons program. However, for South Korean President Moon Jae-in to say Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize is irrational.
Anthro student torn between bones and books
Emily Ovalle sits in the quad eating her strawberry crepe, sipping on her Starbucks caramel macchiato. Ovalle passionately talked about her current lifestyle and family’s background which played a huge part on why she chose to major in anthropology.
Rest in peace but NOT power, Barbara Bush
Other than being the mother of George W. Bush, known for her trademark three stranded pearl necklace, Barbara Bush was also the former First Lady of the United States. She is remembered for her grace and wisdom, however others remember her for the opposite.
J. Cole’s K.O.D: ‘trauma from drama that children see’
When April 20th rolled around, stoners and rap listeners celebrated one of two things. As if 420 wasn’t enough hype for the cannabis culture to smoke for 24 hours, the release of J Cole’s new album “K.O.D.” caused even more excitement for the rap culture. That’s because Cole hasn’t released an album since 2016.
‘On My Block’ kicks authentic representation to the curb
Just like we all find ourselves binging on a variety of our favorite snacks, millennials look to Netflix for binge-worthy shows that distract them from reality for hours of the day. Some millennials take a deep interest in shows that they can relate to, especially a coming-of-age story about a group of young teens. Netflix’s, “On My Block,” isn’t just any average coming-of-age story.
Behind the words of Ana Castillo
Esteemed writer Ana Castillo began to write as a young activist in the 1970s. She used her poetry as a form of social protest by exploring the political and ethical implications of her personal experience. Her work seeks to challenge notions of not just Latinos and Latin culture, but ideas about gender roles, sexuality, spirituality, family and culture. She was recently hosted by the PCC English department for an evening of reading and discussion in the Creveling Lounge where students, faculty and staff gathered to …
An evening spent with Barbra Streisand
As the lights start to dim, the Dolby theatre goes dark leaving a full house of loud, cheering fans. A montage flashes across the screen, showing the highlighted moments of legendary icon Barbra Streisand’s television career. When the lights turn back on, an eager waiting crowd rises in a roar of cheering and endless clapping as director Ryan Murphy welcomes Streisand to center stage.