“You guys are a bunch of stupid, pussy, ballsacky… (insert racist and homophobic slurs here.)” is not something one usually hears someone say. That is, unless you have ever set foot in the virtual world that is online gaming, where such language is an everyday thing.
This semester PCC chemistry students will be building particles so small that they change color.
Gold, on the nano scale, ceases to have its signature color, but turns red.
Three candidates are running for the Area 1 Board of Trustees seat and have begun campaigning ahead of the election scheduled for Nov. 5.
The Faculty Association (FA) accused the Pasadena Area Community College District of forcing an unfair labor practice on faculty members for changing the start and end dates in the academic calendar at its Sept. 12 meeting.
The Board of Trustees agreed to work on fostering more open communication and transparency with the district and its own members at its bi-annual retreat on Saturday.
California needs to improve course availability at community colleges and let students complete their education.
A certification paperwork backlog in the Admissions and Records Office (ARO) has caused a delay of benefits and puts hundreds of student veterans in dire straits, school officials said.
After an impressive 2-0 start to the young Volleyball season the women’s volleyball team looked prepared and poised to pick up where they left off.
The Lancers looked poised to earn their first win on Saturday night, leading 17-0 for most of the first half, but an Orange Coast College Pirates interception late in the fourth quarter was the difference in the game. The final score was 27-23.
Despite numerous scoring chances, the women’s soccer team still can’t find the back of the net.