Jessica Garcia was so nervous Wednesday morning that she couldn’t decide what shoes to wear.
Dia del los muertos: A showcase of culture and art
Orange Mexican marigold flowers, also know as flor de cempasuchil, decorated the South El Molino Avenue sidewalk, along with colorful sugar skulls, calaca masks and vividly vibrant paintings inspired by the Mexican holiday Dia De Los Muertos.
35 years of encouraging science and exploration brings new future space
A full day culminated in the celebration of 35 years for the Planetary Society last week with a combined dedication of their new facility in Pasadena, now open to the public, and a star-studded evening variety event complete with entertainment and the love of all things science.
Big Mama’s serves southern soul food and family
Dargin McWhorter stood in the kitchen in Chattanooga, Tennessee paying close attention to the older lady’s words. Miss Anna Mae had taken a liking to him. He was 12 years old and she was another neighbor on his block in the all-black neighborhood where he grew up.
PCC provides flu shots for the community
Every fall semester, Student Health Services (SHS) and the nursing department team up and give free flu shots to the community and students took advantage on Monday in the quad.
Women’s soccer wins third straight game
The Lancers women’s soccer team came away with their fourth win in five games against El Camino on Tuesday at Robinson Stadium.
Lancers honored as Players of the Week
Freshman quarterback Jett Even and sophomore linebacker Jalyn Williams were honored with SCFA NNL Player of the Week awards for their recent performances on the field. Williams was named Defensive Player of the Week for his performance against Cerritos in week 5. Williams was also the recipient of the award last year for his efforts against Canyons in a 20-12 win.
Lancers win third straight against Warriors
The Lancers women’s soccer team came away with their fourth win in five games against El Camino on Tuesday at Robinson Stadium. The Lancers set the tempo for the game right away at kickoff, finding the back of the net in the first 10 minutes of the game with Alexis Acosta’s goal. Typically, the Lancers have trouble getting goals in the first half but they looked strong coming out. El Camino battled with the Lancers in the midfield, making PCC fight hard for their second …
Three headers are better than one
Lancer’s women’s soccer managed to get their head back into the game Friday against Long Beach City College at their home field by scoring three header goals to come back from a 2-goal deficit and finish with a 3-3 tie.
Finding Romeo and Juliet
The theatre is dimly lit and intimate, almost like a secret closet hidden in the old school building. The worn, faded seats are empty except for the director, brimming with enthusiasm as she waits for the student on stage to recite her lines from her favorite playwright.