A knight has his shining armor, a Trojan has his sword, and a Lancer has a lance – or so that’s what history has taught us.
Faculty exhibition premiers in ‘Two Places at Once’
A towering structure of wooden beams put together to resemble boxes stacked upon boxes looms over you as you walk into the Boone Family Art Gallery in the newly constructed Center for the Arts building. Painted in red on a little white box are words proclaiming it to be a “cave of lamentation.”
Bittersweet treats just around the corner
The savory aromas of fresh coffee and baked goods, reminiscent of the smells wafting out of the family kitchen, greet visitors as they walk into Bittersweet Treats, a bakery across the street from PCC owned by Linda Chen and Danielle Keene, a runner-up on Top Chef: Just Desserts.
OP-ED: AB 60 is good for everyone’s safety
The passing of California Assembly Bill 60 also known as the Safe and Responsible Driver Act is not only a great advancement for public safety on the road but also a significant step towards immigrating reform.
Faculty Association demands Courier adviser’s reinstatement, claims discrimination
The Faculty Association accused the administration of discriminating against Courier adviser Warren Swil by prolonging an investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed a student and demanded that he be returned to work in a letter sent out on Monday.
Campus Celebrates Historic Milestone…Sort Of
Visitors to PCC’s website are greeted with a message welcoming everyone to its 90th academic year. At the opening of the semester students and staff were welcomed with a large banner in front of the Week of Welcome tent also celebrating the school’s 90th academic year. The only problem is that chronologically this is only PCC’s 89th academic year. Whoops? PCC was founded in 1924 as Pasadena Junior College with the first academic year being 1924-25, which would make this academic year the school’s 89th. …
Rockstar’s Groundbreaking Series Takes a Bold New Turn
A review of GTA 5 and all its glory.
OP-ED: Financial Aid Office in need of reform
Complaints upon complaints keep accumulating every year at the Financial Aid Office, as students get told one story about their financial aid and something else ends up happening. The financial aid office needs to get its act in order and try not to make as many unacceptable mistakes that seemed to be negatively impacting student’s lives.
COLUMN: Blame it on Larry
After numerous seasons of horrendous play, most of the Lancer sports teams have ended their seasons with losing records. This semester, football is 0-3. Water polo is worse, dropping its first four games. Volleyball has been unlucky with a 1-5 opening to the season (having to forfeit its first two games, which were wins.)
Netflix wins “Game of Thrones”
A clear victor is emerging in the oversaturated home entertainment market in the form of on-demand Internet applications.