Recently Written: Unpublished, but Noteworthy
An in-depth trend story written for a class on reporting on the entertainment industry taught by the OC Register's resident arts critic, Paul Hodgins.
An extensive interview with OC Film Commissioner Janice Arrington on how she pursued her passion and what students should consider when chasing theirs.
Despite a wave of burglaries in the last year, crime is down in Chino Hills, CA. City council meeting coverage.
As Editor-in-Chief of this award-winning, student-run publication, I encourage you to read my Letter From the Editor on the first page for a greater understanding of the stories featured within.
Pianist pursues passion by training enthusiasts.
Winner of 4th Place News Story at Fall 2011 JACC Awards. Campus police conduct an arson investigation after a burning Quran was reportedly thrown from building.
Heated words were exchanged at Tuesday’s Academic Senate forum as administration and faculty argued over new retirement incentives.
The killing of Osama bin Laden has left students and staff at PCC with mixed feelings over what his takedown means for the nation.
Tensions ran high at meetings across campus as students, faculty and staff discussed a recommendation to cut 248 summer, fall and spring class sections and move the 2012 winter session.
On the heels of a successful state championship, PCC’s Speech and Debate team prepared for its upcoming national competition by showcasing award-winning performances in “A Night of Interpretation” on Thursday.
Music and comedy are fundamental aspects of entertainment and three enterprising students seem to have these arts down to a science.
In a few months, three PCC athletes will travel abroad to compete in the 2011 Pan-Armenian Games in the Republic of Armenia.
Mangled corpses, the putrid smell of decaying flesh and psychopathic murderers jumping out of the dark. If your skin is crawling already, proceed no further.
PCC students can often hear the melodious sounds of musicians honing their craft on campus. But to play voluntarily during the recent heat wave, musicians must really have a passion for what they do.Three members of the PCC marching band’s drumline, feel that dedication.
A year after its implementation, the Board of Trustees will vote next week on whether to continue charging the $10 per semester student activity fee.
The PCC Forensics team had another successful run at the annual Phi Rho Pi National Speech and Debate Championship earlier this month, bringing home a silver medal in the mid-school division and placing twelfth in the nation.
PCC honors African Americans who served in World War ll with “Tuskegee: Journey to Flight”, an exhibit highlighting the struggles and victories of African American servicemen and women who served during a time of racial segregation in the U.S.
After nearly ten years of national anguish and over a trillion dollars spent on a retaliatory war, the international manhunt for America’s most wanted fugitive has finally come to an end.
PCC’s Athletic Director Beverly Tate stepped down from her position on March 1, after nearly four years as Dean of the Kinesiology, Health and Athletics Division.
CSU campuses have again started accepting transfer applications for Spring 2011.
Former PCC President Lisa Sugimoto will continue to serve the PCC community in a new way after the Board of Trustees appointed her vice president of college advancement.
As a former PCC student, Public Relations Instructor David Rutherford feels right at home teaching his class on Public Relations and Organizational Communication.
Dental Assisting Program Director Dr. Lori Gagliardi was recently elected to the newly-incorporated Dental Assisting Learning and Education Foundation Board of Trustees.
The Courier newspaper won the General Excellence Award for the fifth year at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges Southern California conference earlier this month.
Project LEAP has paired PCC students with volunteer mentors for 24 years. This year, it has partnered with the PCC women’s basketball team to encourage athletes to embrace scholastic achievement.