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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paid Oscar award winning alum Dustin Lance Black more than $26,000 so he would not sue the school after top officials rescinded an invitation for him to speak at commencement last May, according to a settlement agreement.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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Editorial: Money isn’t always the answer

PCC has paid Dustin Lance Black close to $26,000 to not take legal action against the institution after Black was disinvited to be the commencement speaker back in May. Read more

Football upset by ELAC

Decimated by injuries and turnovers throughout the entire game, the Lancers football team lost its second consecutive game Saturday in a 38-30 defeat to East Los Angeles College. Continue reading Read more

Volleyball wins first match of the season

The Lancers’ volleyball team snapped a 9-match losing streak Friday with a home victory over East Los Angeles College. Continue reading Read more

Police Blotter

Monday, October 6 A solar umbrella sustained damage after being backed into by a truck near the bungalows around 8am. The Community Education Center suffered a campus-wide power outage shortly after 9am. The outage lasted approximately 20 minutes.   Tuesday, … Continue reading Read more

London art and theatre sculpts students’ futures

Students will get the opportunity to travel to London for a week during Spring Break and take in the sights and the culture as part of the Theatre in London program. Read more

Latino voices heard in new Lancer Radio show

A new Latino-centric Lancer Radio talk show seeks to raise awareness within the Latino community by discussing crucial issues such as immigration and education. Read more

Learn, study, experience at Oxford, England

For Pasadena City College students who want to immerse themselves in a new culture while still finishing up necessary classes, a unique opportunity to study abroad in Oxford, England is available for Spring 2015. Read more

Stress Reduction toolbox gives students better options

With that in mind, the Student Health and Psychological services hosted “Stress Reduction Week” in the quad last week to help students to relieve stress Continue reading Read more

Should Bill Simmons have been suspended?

In an NFL season that has been filled with controversy and turmoil through the first month of the 2014 regular season, the drama continues. This time, the biggest sports network in America, ESPN, is now involved. Read more

Halloween creeps up, students dawn disguises

Halloween is the one day of the year when it’s considered acceptable to be dressed as outrageously as possible. One might even say that for this holiday, more is more. It’s a chance to become one’s alter ego, a favorite … Continue reading Read more