Sociology student with so much more to explore

PCC student Christiana LeMasters’ life consisted of constantly reacclimating herself to a new environment. While growing up with a creative side and specific knack for dance, LeMasters also discovered that she has a strong interest in society’s influence. After a break from academic studies at Azusa Pacific University (APU), 25 year old LeMasters joined Pasadena City College (PCC) for her second semester, this time as a full time student to study sociology. From traveling most of her life and settling down with her family in …

Kim Davis: American law v. gospel law

America has made a hypocritical error in the case against Kim Davis, a county clerk in Kentucky, who recently refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The nation has responded with animosity toward Davis, telling her she should either resign or turn against her faith by permitting licenses. As the result of overlapping laws, Davis was imprisoned for six days. Through the controversy, the first and tenth amendments were compromised in the name of marriage. Many have accused Davis of being hateful, which contradicts …