Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience for many students because not only do they have the opportunity to travel to another country, but because they learn to appreciate a new culture while completing general education classes.
The PCC concert band and percussion ensemble hosted a fantastic evening of music last week that included a collection of diverse pieces meant to appeal to any audience.
Up against some of the top swimmers in South Coast Conference, the Lancers women’s swim team proved they are on the rise in Friday’s double dual meet against swimming powerhouse Mt. San Antonio College and host East Los Angeles College.
The recently unfamiliar satisfaction of winning returned to the Lancers baseball team on Saturday for the first time since Feb. 8 as PCC defeated the Vikings of Long Beach City College by a score of 9-5.
With the internet allowing people to illegally download a bigger selection of movies, students at PCC and many other schools have cut down on their trips to movie theaters. Is this sort of thing really such a big deal? Viewpoints on the issue are conflicting.
For the first time this academic year, the Council on Academic and Professional Matters (CAPM) met after an ongoing dispute between President Mark Rocha and the Academic Senate about whether the meeting was subject to the Brown Act and thus open to the public.
With works of art scattered throughout soft green lawns and a small pool that cascades into a swiftly flowing channel of water, the Boone Sculpture Garden provides an escape for students who need a quiet place to study or take a break between classes.
Gabriel Perez, a former musician and PCC student, noticed that while the internet does make it easier to discover new artists similar to the ones you like, it is a little harder to discover artists that differ from your usual taste.
Focused and ready to improve upon her successful 2013 freshman performance, Lancers’ sophomore swimmer Shannon Cheung possess a rare ability to excel in both the classroom and the swimming pool.
The Pasadena Board of Zoning voted 3-2 Wednesday to allow a Chick-fil-A to open across the street from PCC, a plan strongly opposed by the college administration because of the fried chicken company’s financial support of anti-gay groups.