“We are not a Birthday Party cover band,” guitarist Jose Box said, shooting down a common misconception about his band BIRTHDAYGIRL.
Faculty Association rejects latest proposal
The PCC Faculty Association rejected the latest contract proposal from the district Friday when the two sides sat down their second negotiation meeting this month.
EDITORIAL: The Forgotten Students
Has the faculty leadership done enough to help bridge the gap between themselves and the administration?
President Rocha accused of being “unprofessional” at Associated Students meeting
A member of the Academic Senate accused President Mark Rocha of “unprofessional, dismissive, degrading and sexist” behavior during Wednesday’s Associated Students meeting after he allegedly called her “crazy” in an email.
Lancer runner dashes past life’s obstacles
Not only is Lancer runner Breanna Clark one of the best in Southern California at what she does, but she also has to overcome an obstacle not many other runners have to take on; autism.
Deans set in place with new schools structure
A new dean structure has been implemented at the college and all former interim deans have been appointed as associate deans of their respective schools, according to the administration.
Baseball edged in first game of series with LA Harbor
Defensive struggles and a lack of offense to back up great pitching proved costly for the Lancers baseball team, which lost its series opener 4-2 on the road against LA Harbor on Tuesday. Freshman starting pitcher Jason Marquez, who got into some trouble in the first inning by falling behind 2-0, pitched seven strong innings after only allowing six hits and four runs, two of which were unearned. “Marquez came in and did a great job of managing the game,” said head coach Evan O’Meara. …
Avatar author, Gene Luen Yang, to visit PCC
Author Gene Luen Yang will visit PCC Thursday as part of the Asian Pacific Islander Visiting Scholar (APIVS) program to discuss his new graphic novel, “Boxers and Saints,” and the graphic novel writing process.
Academic Senate votes to send president’s evaluation to Board of Trustees
The Academic Senate unanimously approved a resolution to send the results of the president’s evaluation to the Board of Trustees at a special meeting Monday.
‘Fab Lab’ is creating endless possibilites
From toys to space travel and candy to body parts, the grand opening of the “Fab Lab” this month showcased the groundbreaking technology that Pasadena City College offers in the emerging realm of 3-D printing.