President Obama hit the ground running in 2016, renewing his initiative to implement what he calls “common sense gun laws.” Though the President’s recent executive actions mirror laws that California has been implementing for years, they will have an effect on gun violence in the Golden State. Past attempts by the President to push for gun reform have been met with strong opposition by Republicans in congress and members of the pro-gun lobby, and rightfully so. Since it’s not the responsibility of the executive to …
Addition of new class of eight and ’38 to Hall of Fame
PCC welcomed a new class of eight inductees, along with the 1938 Pasadena Junior College football team, into the 2015-2016 sports Hall of Fame in the GM building on Sunday.
Lancers softball reigns victorious in season opener
The women’s softball team kicked off their 2016 campaign with a thrilling 5-4 win over Antelope Valley on Wednesday. Pasadena is now 4-1 in the past five season openers with the victory. “It was important to start off with a win because that will set the tone for the rest of the season,” said Cynthia McKeehan. Today’s game was a classic pitchers duel. Sophomore Raeleen Fuentes took the mound for the Lancers while the Marauders countered with left-handed pitcher Tawnee Hegre. Fuentes pitched six solid …
Women’s hoops falters in final minutes
Despite looking impressive before conference play, the Lancers women’s basketball team is now 1-2 after falling to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 47-51 Wednesday night at home.
School’s strategist departs
Although he only arrived at PCC less than two years ago, the man responsible for implementing many of the changes recommended by the accreditation commission has left PCC to work for the Los Angeles Community College District, just as the school heads into the final stretch of its accreditation process.