The San Gabriel Valley Pride organization held their 15th annual festival by inviting the community to experience a wide information forum along with food, games and musical performances at Central Park in the heart of Old Town Pasadena.
A vintage 50s sound forged by guitar, piano, and brass solos could be heard as jazz filled the air during a sunny afternoon, complemented beautifully by an arsenal of solo vocalists performing one after another.
The women’s volleyball team put down a hobbled L.A. Trade-Tech (LATT) Friday night, keeping their playoff hopes in reach after losing two tough games to Mt. San Antonio and El Camino in the last two weeks.
The PCC Faculty Association welcomed state Senate candidate and former assemblyman Anthony Portantino, opponent of Michael D. Antonovich, last Thursday in the Creveling Lounge to discuss some of the issues of his campaign, the most noteable being a free K-14 public education plan.
The Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOP&S) program here at PCC is a major resource for those in need of academic and financial assistance who may not be familiar with its existence.
Monday, Oct. 18 A student reported that his backpack was stolen from the third floor of the library when left unattended. Witnesses advise that a man wearing a blue jersey and red pants left with the property. A hit and run collision occurred in Lot 5, Level 3B. A staff member reported a man in his 50s, who was wearing an earring, a blue shirt, and blue pants, asking for a bottle of water. He then laid down in a grassy area. A bicycle was …
The Lancers’ men’s soccer team are now 2-1-1 in conference play after defeating El-Camino Compton Center 3-1 on Friday at home.
The California state legislature is one of the country’s largest, made up of 120 men and women. They create new laws and repeal or modify existing state laws. Last year alone the legislature proposed over 900 different bills, and according to NBC Los Angeles News, Governor Jerry Brown signed 808 new laws, only a mere 133 of them were actually vetoed on. In regards to the way the system is streamlined, accountability and transparency within our legislature is not a pressing issue.
After a rough season with mixed performances resulting in a total 16 losses and seven wins, the PCC women’s water polo team ended their series of non-conference games with an undesirable finish at the two-day Battle at the Beach tournament hosted by Long Beach City College Friday and Saturday. The team originally held high hopes for the team with their first win at the start of the tournament against Southwestern College 11-1. Unfortunately, the same could not be said as they lost the next three …