Since the beginning of the spring semester, a hostile environment has become evident on campus.
California’s death row process is costing taxpayers millions of dollars each year. With an average time between sentencing and execution of 25 years, Proposition 34 could save Californians a significant amount of time and money.
Photos by Teresa Mendoza
The summer intersession dates in the full-page advertisement in the last two issues of the Courier are causing confusion.
With all of the rapid and hasty changes to the collegeâ€™s fundamental calendar system, one must ask if they were properly planned.
Reporting by Raymond Bernal. Photos by John Novak and Concepcion Gonzalez
Gov. Jerry Brown believes he has an answer to Californiaâ€™s financial crisis with Proposition 30.
Many object to the new calendar adopted by the Board of Trustees that eliminated winter session. With the massive amounts of budget cuts across the state and the questionable future of Proposition 30, changes need to be made now to ensure a future for PCC.
An opinion on how the legalization of Marijuana can help provide some economic relief to the country.
With the election quickly approaching, it is vital for every person to be informed and ready to vote.