Facing a disappointing 2-10 record, the Lancers ladies volleyball team is looking to turn their season around. Brazilian-born Lahiz Longobardi and first time competitive volleyball player Chy’annea Hodges lead the team on this road to redemption.
Ulmer makes her mark in record books
Goalkeeper Angelique Ulmer secured another home victory as well as a spot in the PCC record books with her 12th career shutout in the Lancers’ 2-0 win over ECC Compton on Friday afternoon.
Men’s soccer lose thriller to Mt Sac 2-1
Even though PCC fell to a 3-5-1 conference record after the loss, head coach Edgar Manvelyan was satisfied with his team’s performance and is optimistic about the latter part of the season.
Lancers check into heartbreak hotel
Mt. SAC snuck a lone goal passed sophomore goalkeeper with just a minute left in injury time to defeat the Lancers’ women’s soccer team on Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Stadium.
A Monster Party makes for fun Halloween courtyard camp
Mad Monster Party (1967) is a Rankin/Bass stop motion animation classic and the stuff of inspirations for the likes of Tim Burton and his own animated films “Corpse Bride,” “Frankenweenie” and “A Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Mad mortician raises the dead for Halloween
With the narrow street completely fogged over and the trees hanging over like a canopy, the sky was barely visible. Closer to the Mortuary, a woman could be seen staggering toward the crosswalk. She teetered on the edge of the sidewalk. Just on the verge of falling over into the street, she seemed almost drunk. A passerby got closer and she snarled and tried to bite them, causing them to scream. Her face was a blur of blacks and grays and there was blood running …
PCC students reach for stars, earns spot in NASA program
Pasadena City College students Angela Kim and Melissa Perez have reached for the stars and have been chosen by NASA to participate in their National Community College Aerospace Scholars program.
Board chooses presidential search firm
After four executive search firms made their presentations, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to select one to lead the hunt for a permanent superintendent Wednesday night.
Orchestra haunts Sexon Auditorium in Halloween concert
Audience members were treated to some spooky tunes at Saturday night’s Halloween themed orchestra concert in the Sexon Auditorium. Conducted by Michael Powers, the orchestra featured some costumed members such as a Minion from Despicable Me, a plague doctor, and even an angel playing the harp. The night opened with Beethoven’s dramatic “Corialon Overture” which created a dark, mysterious atmosphere followed by the third movement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. Other pieces shied away from the darkness in favor of a whimsical tone, such …
Día del los Muertos honors many in the Playhouse District
Bright golden marigolds lined the sidewalks, stairways, art displays. Children gazed longingly at cupcakes, sugar skulls, and a giant skull cake that centered around the vast array of ornate and creative family altars and artwork displayed in the courtyard. And hundreds of families gathered to celebrate, remember and honor their loved ones gone at the Día de los Muertos arts festival at the Zona Rosa Caffe and Pasadena Playhouse Plaza. The event featured children’s calaca face painting, papier-mâché skulls, flowers and mask art made at the …