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Water polo captain, a leader in and out of the pool Question the projection with Side Street Projects and Freewaves Oscar winning alum’s settlement unveiled Report says most campus crime down
 

Water polo captain, a leader in and out of the pool

Captain and MVP of the women’s water polo team, Stephanie Velasco isn’t driven by individual awards or statistics. What motivates her is trying to be the best leader in and out of the pool, as well as putting her team’s needs before her own. Continue reading →

Question the projection with Side Street Projects and Freewaves

Art-centered non-profit organizations Side Street Projects and Freewaves came together for ArtNight Pasadena to create an interactive event meant to challenge people to interpret the meaning behind public art and current events.

Oscar winning alum’s settlement unveiled

The District paid Oscar award winning alum Dustin Lance Black more than $26,000 so he would not sue the school after top officials rescinded an invitation for him to speak at commencement last May, according to a settlement agreement. Continue reading →

Report says most campus crime down

Newly released crime statistics published in an annual report show downward trends in several categories, most notably in drug violations.

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Oscar winning alum’s settlement unveiled

The District paid Oscar award winning alum Dustin Lance Black more than $26,000 so he would not sue the school after top officials rescinded an invitation for him to speak at commencement last May, according to a settlement agreement. Continue reading Read more

Former VP files lawsuit against District

Former Vice President Richard van Pelt filed a lawsuit against PCC on Thursday, alleging that the district breached his contract and failed to reimburse his business expenses while employed by the school, according to court documents. Continue reading Read more

PCC accused of violating open-meeting laws

A lawsuit filed on Thursday by a nonprofit group will seek a court-ordered reversal of former president Mark Rocha’s $400,000 severance package, alleging that the Board of Trustees violated open-meetings laws. Read more

Football loses third consecutive game

The Lancers football team continued to struggle Saturday, losing 50-19 against the Ventura Pirates despite playing at home. Continue reading Read more

Is American Football too dangerous?

American football has been around for many decades. Throughout all those decades, times have changed. Football used to be a sport where you only wore a helmet over your head and some pads to cover your legs. Now, you have … Continue reading Read more

Columbus deserves his day

If we are going to get rid of Columbus Day then we should get rid of every holiday that involved any sort of nastiness: Thanksgiving and the 4th of July to name a few. History is not perfect and neither are most of figures and events in it but those people and events shaped the world we live in today and they deserve to be recognized and their days observed. Continue reading Read more

Catching up with women’s soccer coach Reggie Rivas

It’s nearly impossible to catch Lancers women’s soccer head coach with anything but an ear-to-ear smile as he steps out onto the turf of Robinson Stadium. As he begins his second season as head coach, he already feels right at home. Continue reading Read more

Folk Tree hosts annual Day of the Dead altars and exhibition

With Halloween right around the corner, when’s a better time than now to pay homage to the dead? Read more

You are not going to get Ebola

You are not going to get Ebola, OK? You can come out of the isolation tent you’ve constructed out of Home Depot tarps and stop coating your entire body in Purell. Read more

Struggles continue for women’s water polo

The women’s water polo team suffered a crushing 16-4 defeat at the hands of the Cerritos Falcons on Wednesday afternoon. Continue reading Read more

Spotlight on safety: Hit and run

Multiple reports of hit and run fender-benders in the parking structures here at PCC prompted campus police to provide a few tips that to help prevent further such incidents from happening, beginning with where to park. Read more

Columbus Day vs. Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Christopher Columbus has long been lauded as a national hero for discovering America. In schools across the United States, schoolchildren learn about his voyage to America and his subsequent unearthing of riches. In fact, the whole nation celebrates this discovery with Columbus Day, which lands on the second Monday of October. Recently, however, the Seattle School Board has decided to do away with this holiday and replace it with the more appropriate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Continue reading Read more

Autistic student strives for independence

The day after his high school graduation, a young man left his foster home and headed for Monrovia to reside with his grandmother. A day he had been waiting for, for the past five years. Read more

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