A state accreditation team recently provided their exit report regarding their four-day site visit including overall comments, five commendations, and seven possible recommendations.
Women’s swimming on road to conference title
Women’s swimming eviscerated the competition at the Aquatic Center last Friday by defeating both LA Trade Tech College and Long Beach City College, extending their undefeated 6-0 record in the South Coast Conference.
Defense makes statement in softball’s 5-3 victory
The Lancers’ softball team won their second consecutive game on Tuesday with an impressive 5-3 defensive display over visiting rivals East Los Angeles College at Robinson Park.
Famed composer ends residency on high note
Friday night’s joint Lancer concert band and chamber singers concert marked the end of this year’s Pamela L. Girard guest artist/masterclass series. Internationally known composer and USC professor Frank Ticheli, the artist in residence, worked with PCC music students over the course of three days, from rehearsing his famous pieces to evaluating students’ original compositions. “What I [liked] about this residency is that it was very comprehensive, I got to work with a whole wide variety of students,” said Ticheli. “I loved … being able …
“Rocking” event brings together community to help end homelessness
Organized by Union Station Homeless Services, participants dressed up in rocker gear to race to end homelessness. Families, volunteers and sponsors gathered at Arcadia County Park this past Saturday to participate in the first annual Rockin’ for the Homeless 5K run/ walk.
Batters shine in much needed baseball victory
In their best attacking offensive display this season, the Pasadena City College Lancers men’s baseball team broke a four- game losing streak when they overpowered the visitors, ing LA Harbor Seahawks 11-3 in the first of a three game series at Jackie Robinson Memorial field on Tuesday.
Descanso Gardens hosts annual Cherry Blossom Festival
Located in La Cañada Flintridge among acres of woodland is Descanso Gardens. Formerly owned by Elias Boddy, this botanical garden hosts a plethora of horticultural displays as well as the annual Cherry Blossom Festival, held from March 21 to the 22, where visitors enjoy the cherry blossoms in bloom.
Little to no progress has been made by PCC in filling the 35 new full-time faculty positions—a number that was agreed upon back in November—as the software being used to collect and evaluate applications, Cornerstone, has been automatically rejecting applicants due to a number of severe glitches.
Baseball loses three to conference foes
After rallying from two runs down to tie the game, the Lancers gave up 11 runs in the last two innings to lose their third straight game to the El Camino College Warriors, 14-4, on Saturday afternoon. In their games against El Camino, the Lancers gave up five runs in the ninth inning on Tuesday, two runs in the sixth inning and seven runs in the eighth inning on Thursday, and eight runs in the seventh inning and three runs in the ninth inning on …
Interior Design: It’s what’s on the inside that counts
Interior designing, to many, seems like choosing a particular chair or tile pattern.