The registration fiasco could have been avoided if the calendar had been left alone. The Board and administrators tried to fix something that was never broken.
Fines for smokers looms
The Health and Safety Committee is moving toward citing students caught smoking outside designated areas with monetary fines.
Welders forge career paths
The welding shop in the IT building is undeniably a safety-glasses zone, filled with metallic sounds and a friendly atmosphere.
Language clubs unite for evening of culture
Languages from around the globe could be heard as students and faculty gathered in the Circadian on April 18 for a night of cultural interaction known as â€œCultural Encounters.â€
Extra time off used for jobs and classes
Students are using the extra vacation time provided by the extended spring term to get jobs and catch up on units.
TEDxPCC event to take place this fall
TEDx, an event that is planned and coordinated independently on a community-by-community basis, will be coming to the PCC campus and will feature speakers from several different facets of the world this coming fall.
Associated Student Elections Results
Over 1100 students voted during this years Associated Students elections held on April 16 and 17, an increase from last year, according to Scott Thayer, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
A compilation of upcoming events.
Baseball continues free fall, swept by El Camino-Compton Center
Pasadena’s prolonged losing streak in the South Coast Conference continued last week as they were swept by El Camino-Compton Center in three games. They lost 11-3 in Compton on April 16, 8-3 playing host at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field on April 18 and were then shut out 8-0 in Compton on April 20.
Badmintonâ€™s loss to ELAC muddies playoff hopes
The Lancers Badminton team lost to its South Coast Conference rivals, East Los Angeles College 10-11 at East L.A. on Friday April 19.