The Citizens Oversight Committee discussed in a meeting last week the possibility of returning to the taxpayers a remaining balance of more than $15 million from Measure P that the school hasn’t spent.
After starting out lackadaisical against East Los Angeles College, the women’s soccer team picked up the its pace in the second half and thanks to the Lancer’s goalie Angie Ulmer and held on for a 1-1 tie.
After fundraising for more than a year, the Lancer Marching Band finally reached its goal of raising $119,000 to replace their 17-year-old uniforms.
Students and faculty were greeted with a strange sight in the Quad on Wednesday. A living room sprouted up, complete with a hay-lined floor and furniture made of dumpster harvested cardboard.
Dr. Nate Lewis from California Institute of Technology kicked off National Chemistry week by giving a lecture on his latest research on artificial photosynthesis at the Harberson Hall.
After losing in the second round of the SoCal playoffs and finishing No. 9 in the final state poll with a 22-7 record, the women’s basketball team hopes to rebound this season with a stronger team.
The men’s basketball team will look to rebound with better defense after a lackluster 2012 season that saw its record tumble to 8-18
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Little Tokyo in Los Angeles was left a ghost town because the Japanese inhabitants were relocated to internment camps. African-Americans then moved in and formed the impermanent community of Bronzeville.
Just steps from the PCC Community Education Center on Foothill Boulevard lies, in all its fabulous gay glory, the last gay bar in Pasadena.
The women’s soccer team spent the whole game against El Camino shooting the ball. There was a moment in the second half where the ball rebounded off the post twice in one minute.