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Sophomore swimmer eyes state championship Piano ensemble plays to packed house ‘Eats on the Streets’ offers a taste of South Pasadena
 
Sophomore swimmer eyes state championship

Sophomore swimmer eyes state championship

Sophomore swimmer Mohammad Esmaeilian is no stranger to adversity or hard work. With an impressive 2014 season that saw the determined swimmer qualify for the 2014 State Championships in his rearview, the Lancers’ 2015 captain and rocket in the water has his eyes set on another State Championship appearance. Continue reading →

Piano ensemble plays to packed house

Saturday’s performance of “Southern Harmony: Music of the American experience,” put on by the piano ensemble class in the sold out Westerbeck Recital Hall deviated from those in the past because it didn’t feature any European composers and relied solely on those penned in the states. Continue reading →

‘Eats on the Streets’ offers a taste of South Pasadena

Organized by the Rotary Club of South Pasadena, the Fourth Annual Taste of South Pasadena, hosted last Wednesday, allowed participants to sample food from select restaurants and enjoy Garagiste Festival wines. Continue reading →

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Cataloging civil rights

Over the course of a century, the Pasadena High School Chronicle, now the Pasadena City College Courier, has seen multiple social paradigm shifts. As the decades passed, the social attitudes of the general public, and by extension the Chronicle/Courier staff, … Continue reading Read more

Screaming out for the Armenian Genocide

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide this past Friday, Pasadena City College’s own Armenian Student Association, showcased the documentary, “Screamers” on campus last Wednesday night. Read more

Track and Field advances one step closer to state championships

Several PCC track and field athletes will compete for state championships after qualifying in the South Coast Prelims and Finals last week at Cerritos College. Continue reading Read more

Percussion Ensemble makes lots of noise

The stage was full of over 30 percussion instruments as the PCC percussion ensemble made a lot of noise on Friday in the Westerbeck Recital Hall Continue reading Read more

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Noncredit division helps adults achieve academic goals

Pasadena City College’s Noncredit Division Adult High School Luncheon last week saw 243 students–the largest class in the program’s history–receive their high school equivalency certificates. Continue reading Read more

Behind the print

SCC Swimmers of the Year prepare for state championships

The Lancers women’s swim team is preparing for the 2015 CCCAA State Championships that begin Thursday at East Los Angeles Community College and continue for three days through the weekend. Read more

EDITORIAL: Why should the campus respect the board?

Relentless with their brash yet divisive decision-making, the Board of Trustees went ahead and voted in Dr. Rajen Vurdien as president of the college, a move that has sparked outcry from faculty, including a vote of No Confidence from the Academic Senate. Continue reading Read more