After sitting in storage for more than two years, a 1963 mural of the first Rose Parade painted by Millard Sheets has a new home in the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
The three-week controversy over who would be the 2014 commencement speaker finally came to a close Friday night, when Oscar-winning alumnus Dustin Lance Black spoke to 2,469 graduating students.
Men’s basketball coach Mike Swanegan has been coaching basketball for 30 years and is looking to achieve a monumental 200 career victories with the next Lancer basketball win.
The red carpet was rolled out Oscar-style in the Wi-Fi room on Thursday as the 72 Hour Film Festival Scholarship and Lancer Film Club participants filed in for their post-screening and awards reception.
PCC’s central location provides for bountiful opportunities for students to shop at various local thrift store locations where they can save money and give back.
After the Pasadena City Council deadlocked in a vote to approve or deny plans for a Chick-fil-A across from the PCC on Bonnie Avenue and Colorado Boulevard Monday night, the Board of Zoning’s approval of the plans in March will stand.
On February 27th, 2014, the 9th Circuit Court ruled in Dariano v. Morgan Hill Unified School District that the principal of Live Oak High School acted within his constitutional rights by requesting that students remove their American flag t-shirts on Cinco de Mayo.
The Calendar Committee voted 17-2 to recommend a calendar that includes a winter intersession after the administration had already given the go ahead for an operational calendar that does not include a winter intersession to be put into the scheduling system.
Students tickled the ivories in the Westerbeck Recital Hall for the production of “Tempus Fugit,” Latin for “Time Flies,” on Saturday April, 26