The 2013 winter intersession will not be cancelled if a Thursday decision by a key committee is upheld.
The Lancers’ badminton team beat the East Los Angeles College Huskies 11 – 10 on March 23.
The Academic Senate voted on Monday against canceling its annual breakfast, which usually each year does not cover all its costs and loses around $2000, and redirecting the money to the graduation fund.
The WiFi lounge has been a central hotspot where students are hard at work mashing away on their handhelds, keyboards, and controllers just to play friends or have a fun time.
Lancers track and field team members placed in the top three of eight events at the 69th Pasadena Games held at PCC’s Robinson Stadium on Friday and Saturday, with sophomore standout runner Luis Dorantes leading PCC to its only first place at the event by winning the men’s 5000-meter run. Both men and women teams set high finishes in four events a piece.
In the Lancers threegame series against their rivals, Mt. San Antonio College, the Lancers lost all three games to the Mounties and were blown out on their last meeting Saturday 31-1 in the Mounties home turf.
Five women were honored at the house of California Senator Caral Lui as “Women of theYear.” Two women of PCC, Esther Takei Nishio and Theresa Reed, were given honors.
Architects presented PCC’s Centennial Facilities Master Plan, the FMP100, to students and faculty on March 21. The meeting, held in the Creveling Lounge, was meant to get feedback and ideas from those that the plan would affect most. It was a “kickoff for goal setting on campus,” said Richard Thompson, chief planner on the project.
In another step towards environmental sustainability, the college has entered into an agreement to acquire a fuel cell to cool classrooms and heat the swimming pool, officials said.
PCC alumnus Esther Takei Nishio and Director Theresa Reed, were among five honored “Women of The Year,” by Senator Carol Lui at the Senators residence, for their dedicated efforts and unique story in education.