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Senate candidates ready for election

With the Academic Senate elections coming up, the executive board will have some company on the ballot when its members seek reelection on March 19 after running virtually unopposed last year. Continue reading →

Frankenstein’s monster walks again

It's Alive! It's Alive!Inspector Kemp wrenched his arm and it made a ratchet cranking sound to match. It was plain to see that his arm had been replaced by a mechanical one. “It cost me an arm and a leg,” … Continue reading →

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A look back at Pasadena history through mystery and trivia

The Pasadena Museum of History is currently hosting two companion exhibits–Pasadena Pursuit and Mystery History–that focus on engaging the community in Pasadena’s storied past by posing questions and revealing answers to attendees in an interactive trivia game format. Read more

Softball victorious after shaky start

After a shaky start, the Lancers softball team came back to beat the El Camino College Compton Center Tartars in Tuesday’s game. Continue reading Read more

Upcoming

Thursday, March 5 Campus Tour: Transfer Day Ivette at 7:30 AM – Pasadena City College This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement … Continue reading Read more

Lancers outswim rivals in conference opener

Women’s swimming came out on top against rival Mt. San Antonio College and Cerritos College in a double dual, scoring 157-117 and 175-96 respectively in the first round of South Coast Conference games on Friday at the Aquatic Center. Continue reading Read more

Women’s basketball unable to upset El Camino

Despite a valiant second half rally to send the game into overtime, the 10th-seeded Lancers women’s basketball team could not overcome a 14-point first half deficit, losing to seventh-seeded El Camino College, 71-64, in Round 2 of the Southern California Regional Playoffs Friday night. Continue reading Read more

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