Robots should take over the world of baseball … or not

Jordan Hay and Robert Petrie

November 14, 2019

YES TO ROBOTS Jordan: Referees and umpires in sports get thrown under the bus constantly. To some degree, you have to feel sorry for them. They are out there doing their best and get put under scrutiny all of the time. Major Le...

From The Pathfinder staff: how to survive the holidays

Staff

November 14, 2019

As the students at LCSC transition into the holiday season, The Pathfinder staff want to bring awarenss to how colder months can bring in the heaviness of seasonal depression. People suffer from being alone on the holidays or...

Opinion: Thanksgiving food, drink tier list

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

November 14, 2019

As Thanksgiving approaches, it is most reasonable to rank the foods and drinks associated with the holiday. The opinions shared in this are explicit to the writer, and does not reflect the staff of the Pathfinder’s overall...

LCSC’s annual “Zombie Tag” editorial

Alyssa Smith, Writer

November 1, 2019

Every year in October the Warrior Entertainment Board puts on a campus wide Humans vs Zombies game that lasts for an entire week. There are missions for both humans and zombies that keep everyone engaged and happy. The goal...

From the Editors: Issue #5

Gracyn Richardson and Trenton Bann

October 4, 2019

This past week has been fun filled and crazy. I finally got enough courage to move out of my house and into my own apartment. No one tells you how scary it is until you see that deposit pulled from your savings account. I thought...

From the Editors: Issue #4

Gracyn Richardson and Trenton Bann

September 20, 2019

I am slowly realizing that I like college more than any other type of schooling I have ever had, including elementary school... and that had recess! I don’t know if it sounds cheesy, but sometimes I wake up actually excited...

From the Editors

Gracyn Richardson and Trenton Bann

September 6, 2019

These past couple of weeks have tested my strength. I thought that college was going to be hard and my social and work life easy, but it is the opposite. Spanish? Easy. Working a single day a week at my part-time job as a waitress...

Finding birds of a feather: developing community in the LC Valley

Tony Murillo, Writer

April 12, 2019

My sister lives right outside Los Angeles. She grew up in the Lewis Clark Valley before moving to Arizona for college and finally moving to California for her career. During her last visit, we had a thorough talk about the valley. I...

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