“The floor of the Chinook helicopter shook as it entered fire. In a panic, I fell down and scuttled towards the seat searching for anything to hold on to.”
It looks like the Board has, once again, put its foot in its mouth. At last Wednesday night’s Board meeting, Student Trustee Marshall Lewis emphasized the need for more student input in the selection of a speaker this time around. But former Board President Anthony Fellow was quick to say that he thought there had been too much student input in the process as it was, blaming last year’s commencement debacle on the students.
Retired PCC Police Chief Peter Michael died on February 6, 2015. He was 61. Chief Michael came to PCC as Director of Police and Safety Services in 2008 after retiring from the Glendale Police Department as a lieutenant. Services were held at the Burbank Elks Lodge.
Matthew Jordan, one of the creators of the school’s accreditation report, suddenly resigned his position as the interim dean of instructional support at a crucial time during the accreditation process, according to school officials.
“Dear White People, please stop touching my hair. Does this look like a petting zoo to you?”
South Pasadena isn’t known for its nightlife. However, the Arts Crawl, an event that teams up businesses and artists, is a way for businesses to encourage both locals and visitors to spend some time, and money, in South Pasadena. Along with later opening hours, businesses also hosted events geared towards adults and children.
After he was chastised for his handling of the commencement controversy last year, Board Member Anthony Fellow now insists that students have had too much input in the selection of the school’s graduation speaker.
The Lancers improved their mistakes on defense and spread the ball around as they beat Los Angeles Trade Tech College easily, 59-46, on Friday night. They improved to 4-4 in the SCC-North and 17-11 overall. Women’s basketball coach Joe Peron likes his team’s chances against any opponent they are placed against. Defense has been a topic to work on throughout the season, and he feels it has elevated.
The Lancers softball team lost their second South Coast Conference game of the season to the El Camino Warriors last Thursday. With a rocky start, the Lancers hesitated and made simple mistakes on the field, allowing the Warriors to score on a dropped ball at home trying to end a pickle. The Warriors would score once more before the Lancers had the opportunity to respond.
Thursday Feb. 26: General Transfer Advisement at 8am in the Transfer Center, room L110 College Council meeting at 10am in the conference room C233 Brandman University Rep. Visit at 10am in the Quad CSU Dominguez-International Rep. Visit at 10am in the Transfer Center, room L110 Black Tiger: Hunter Hunted at 11:45am in the Creveling Lounge – The 2015 Asian Pacific Islander Visiting Scholar, Priscilla Hervey, will present the 2014 film Black Tiger: Hunter Hunted. This film won the Spirit of Comic Con Award for …