Rapist sympathizers justify a rapist’s action, and are just as sickening as rapists themselves. They flock to defend the person being accused, building a support system greater than those who actually need it. Women who are survivors of sexual assault are branded as criminals, and are seen as bad guys in a patriarchal, misogynist enabling society.
Lancers earn playoff spot despite dramatic loss
In the final game of the regular season last weekend, the Lancers failed to maintain a two-run lead in the final inning allowing Moorpark to hand them a crushing 6-5 defeat; regardless, the Lancers finished the season in second place in the SCC North, good enough for a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs. 12th seeded PCC will be facing Santiago Canyon this Friday in a three game series to determine who will advance into round two of the playoffs. The Lancers finished the …
Sushi Stop: a mediocre and unsatisfiable stop for fish
I am a practitioner in sushi appreciation. My diet consists of vegetables and fish, so yeah I take a good sushi roll, pretty damn seriously. So I could hardly contain my excitement when I found Sushi Stop, a sushi restaurant in Old Town Pasadena that serves all plates for the small price of $3.25. Since my wallet is a barren wasteland after I splurge on regular, super high priced sushi, a roll for $3.25 was music to my poor college student ears.
‘Stop The Genocide’: Locals protest Pasadena’s police brutality
Last Saturday morning, local activist groups held a protest against police brutality with Pasadenans and Altadenans at a Mobil gas station in Altadena. The protest was sparked by the murder of Stephon Clark who was gunned down by police officers while in his own backyard. The groups that participated were the Pasadenans and Altadenans Against Police Violence, Refuse Fascism and other local activists. The protest was held at the same gas station that Christopher Ballew was beaten by Pasadena Police on Nov. 9, 2017. As …
Police Blotter: Professor harassed by former student since 1992
Monday, April 16 A staff member reported a male Hispanic adult sleeping in front of C-202, but the student was just waiting for his instructor. Tuesday, April 17 There was a restraining order violation against a student who has been repeatedly harassing their former professor since 1992. After 13 years of no contact, the former student has made appearances at the instructor’s residence and has been making phone calls to the instructor’s work phone. The former student’s information has been taken and an extra patrol …
Women’s soccer end season by missing playoffs
Coming into Friday’s game at Rio Hondo with high hopes of moving on to playoffs, PCC women’s soccer earned a devastating result with a 4-0 loss, ending their season without a playoff berth.
Sugar, spice and everything horror
I am a victim of a disease called “fangirling” when it comes to anything horror and my symptoms were hitting hard this weekend at the SugarMynt gallery in South Pasadena.
Police Blotter: Two students caught having sex in CA building
Monday, October 16 A hit and run of a parked vehicle in lot 5 level 3 was reported, and the driver left the scene because she did not have a driver’s license. A student reported her backpack being stolen after left unattended in the the GM- building. The backpack thief was caught and her things were returned. A staff reported two subjects engaging in sexual intercourse on the third floor of the CA building. A student reported that she has a stalker on campus, information …
Why are men obsessed with controlling vaginas?
It is hard to deny that men are obsessed with women’s vaginas, more specifically the things coming in or out of them.
Third Wave Club: Unmasking toxic masculinity
Walking into the Wifi lounge, it was hard to miss the group of students huddled around a table of free food and coffee. The smell of coffee drifted through the air amongst the murmurs of students looking for their friends, discussing any midterms that were taken that day, and waiting for the free movie to begin. Once the clock hit 6:30, students rushed to find the nearest seat and settled in to begin the film.