Students crowd tables full of prizes, pamphlets and informative speakers. A man hula hoops to promote exercising while others practice yoga on brightly colored mats. The quad is filled with tables, umbrellas and students speaking to booth representatives.
“The Curse of La Llorona” is not even worth $6 of your money. It follows a white woman navigating the well known Hispanic folklore of La Llorona and uses indigenous spiritual practices as a cliche while simultaneously having bad acting and mostly lame scares.
Students poured out onto the lawns on every side of the PCC Center for the Arts building on the morning of Thursday, April 25 after a shriek of fire alarms rang out. The cause of the fire: a microwave attached to Dean Joseph Futtner’s offices.
Monday, February 18, 2019 A transient was escorted off campus from the R building stairwell. There was a report of suspicious circumstances inside of the P building. This was later cleared and it was just a professor working inside. Tuesday, February 19, 2019 There were two transient reports, one in the north west corner of Lot 1 and the other inside the CC building elevator. The former was escorted off campus while the later was not located by the time officers arrived. There were two …
Imagine having a deep love and respect for your culture only for Halloween to come around each year. Like clockwork, you see stores and costumes make cheap imitations of your culture. Costumes that appropriate or reinforce stereotypes of multiple cultures are still sold in 2018, and frankly, they desperately need to stop.