It takes a lot to make an amazing student resource like Lancer Radio work. Although college funds have been provided to the station in the past, college funding is never guaranteed. As such, we rely on the generous donations of our active listeners, supporters and alumni to help keep Lancer Radio alive and well!
The amount you donate helps the station to:
Stream over the web
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Replace and repair studio equipment and facilities as needed
You may donate any amount, and, as Lancer Radio is a non-profit organization, your donation is completely tax deductible! So, please donate today and help Lancer Radio to continue to be the incredible “real-world” resource our students need to succeed in the broadcasting industries!
The newspapers are full of stories about The Affordable Healthcare Act–a/k/a “Obamacare”. This legislation, which goes into effect next January 1, requires all citizens to have health insurance or pay a higher tax rate.
But, how can “Obamacare” help you, and your family? On Thursday, October 10th, Associated Students and nonprofit group Organizing for Action, sponsored an on-campus information session to provide some answers.
Dr. Patti Culross, the physician moderating the discussion, gave PCC Voices co-anchors Parys McNair and Dot Cannon an overview of “Obamacare”.
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