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Lancer track star first in state Famed composer ends residency on high note Descanso Gardens hosts annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Lancer track star first in state

With a rare combination of raw athleticism and persistent determination, freshman sprinter Alexander McElwee has already marked his territory as one of PCC's most notable sprinters. Continue reading →

Famed composer ends residency on high note

Friday night’s joint Lancer concert band and chamber singers concert marked the end of this year’s Pamela L. Girard guest artist/masterclass series. Internationally known composer and USC professor Frank Ticheli, the artist in residence, worked with PCC music students over … Continue reading →

Descanso Gardens hosts annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Located in La Cañada Flintridge among acres of woodland is Descanso Gardens. Formerly owned by Elias Boddy, this botanical garden hosts a plethora of horticultural displays as well as the annual Cherry Blossom Festival, held from March 21 to the 22, where visitors enjoy the cherry blossoms in bloom. Continue reading →

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Ending Racism Does Not Begin With Closing SAE

College fraternities and sororities are known for their rowdy behavior: stripping naked and running across campus in the dark, partying through the night, and even binge drinking. But does being outright racist cross the line? After the release of a … Continue reading Read more

Controversy Threatens to Sink Obamacare

Every President of the United States has had some sort of legacy that marked their time in office. For Lincoln, it was the Emancipation Proclamation. For Roosevelt, there was the New Deal and victory in World War II. And for … Continue reading Read more

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Badminton tops San Diego colleges

Our racquet flinging, shuttlecock-bashing Lancers certainly didn’t let the beautiful shores of San Diego distract them from a successful run through the San Diego Mesa tournament, lifting PCC’s badminton team to high ranks in both the doubles and singles. Continue reading Read more

Universities; the new ‘Hunting Ground’ for sexual assault

It should be one of the proudest moments of any parent’s life to send a child off to their dream school. College should be a safe place for them to learn, grow, and come into their own. However, there is … Continue reading Read more

Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 26, 2015 PCC School of Science and Mathematics and the PCC Pi Club are hosting Pi Day 2015 on March 26 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The annual student-run conference will feature a student poster presentation, t-shirt … Continue reading Read more

Accreditation exit report released

A state accreditation team recently provided their exit report regarding their four-day site visit including overall comments, five commendations, and seven possible recommendations. Read more

Women’s swimming on road to conference title

Women’s swimming eviscerated the competition at the Aquatic Center last Friday by defeating both LA Trade Tech College and Long Beach City College, extending their undefeated 6-0 record in the South Coast Conference. Continue reading Read more

Defense makes statement in softball’s 5-3 victory

The Lancers’ softball team won their second consecutive game on Tuesday with an impressive 5-3 defensive display over visiting rivals East Los Angeles College at Robinson Park. Continue reading Read more

“Rocking” event brings together community to help end homelessness

Organized by Union Station Homeless Services, participants dressed up in rocker gear to race to end homelessness. Families, volunteers and sponsors gathered at Arcadia County Park this past Saturday to participate in the first annual Rockin’ for the Homeless 5K run/ walk. Continue reading Read more

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