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Calendar Committee to propose academic calendar with winter intersession to College Council Arts Crawl a boon for South Pasadena

Calendar Committee to propose academic calendar with winter intersession to College Council

Despite discord among committee members, student groups and faculty over the proposed reinstatement of winter intersession—culminating in the Associated Students formally agreeing to support winter and voting to censure English professor Roger Marheine—the Calendar Committee will submit an academic calendar … Continue reading →

Arts Crawl a boon for South Pasadena

South Pasadena isn't known for its nightlife. However, the Arts Crawl, an event that teams up businesses and artists, is a way for businesses to encourage both locals and visitors to spend some time, and money, in South Pasadena. Along with later opening hours, businesses also hosted events geared towards adults and children. Continue reading →

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Women’s badminton blitz ELAC in Coach Ho’s debut

The women’s badminton team capitalized on an intense pre-season training program by comprehensively accounting for two-time defending South Coast conference champions East LA College Huskies, 21-0, in the season opening conference matchup at Monterey Park on Wednesday. Continue reading Read more

New artist in residence speaks Slanguage

“Stepping into an art fair for the first time was like a cow visiting a butcher shop.” This is how Mario Ybarra Jr. described his experience as an artist attending a large international art fair to his friends back home … Continue reading Read more

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Freshmen tandem leads Lancers into unfamiliar territory

Despite making the regional playoffs for the 14th consecutive season, the Lancers’ women’s basketball team will enter unfamiliar territory on Friday when they travel to play No. 7 El Camino College. Continue reading Read more

Lessons Learned in Wild Africa

Justin Chapman, alumni of Pasadena City College and University of California, Berkeley, has many accomplishments under his belt. At age 19, he began writing for the Pasadena Weekly, and from there, went on to publish newsbreaking stories for over 20 … Continue reading Read more

Girls geek out about technology

Southern California Public Radio hosted Girl Geek Dinners last Thursday to help professional women and female students come together for an evening discussion of how big data is used in politics and government.       Read more

Softball wins second straight

Down by three runs with two outs in the first inning, all the Lancers wanted was an out to get them out of the hole and back on offense. The softball team maintained their strategy and beat the Los Angeles Harbor College Seahawks 6-5 on Wednesday afternoon on their home turf to improve their record to 10-5 overall. Continue reading Read more

Lancers take down Pierce in mercy-rule victory

The Lancers came back from a 5-game losing streak, winning a mercy-rule victory over Pierce College on Friday at Pasadena’s Robinson Park. Read more

Film student alum is in tune with B-Flat and UCLA

Two-time first place winner of PCC’s 72 Hour Films competition Moses Navarro—Agent 22 to his PCC friends—recently transferred to UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. And with a little help from his friends, he is moving into the working … Continue reading Read more

Firing Brian Williams

“The floor of the Chinook helicopter shook as it entered fire. In a panic, I fell down and scuttled towards the seat searching for anything to hold on to.” Read more

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