The Lancers division-leading baseball team won a thrilling extra inning conference game 7-6 over LA Harbor College on Tuesday at Brookside Park.
After struggling in the beginning of the match, the Lancers won the battle against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Thursday evening with major clutch hits. PCC is now 4-1 in SCC North and just one game behind first place Mt. SAC.
Lancers baseball bested Long Beach City College (LBCC) for the first time since 2014 in a thrilling 3-2 grudge match last Thursday afternoon at Brookside Park.
Pasadena softball gave San Diego Mesa College (SDMC) a double whammy on the road Saturday during a doubleheader, beating them 4-3 and 10-5.
The Associated Students of Pasadena City College (ASPCC), is a group of students whose voices represent the student body as a whole on campus. One of their main objectives is to inform students of anything happening at school that will affect them directly, along with being a place where anyone can go to voice their questions and concerns. There are two ways to join ASPCC: to get elected or to get appointed. Requirements: In order to be a part of AS, there are a few …
The men’s swim team defeated the Diablo Valley Vikings, 83-81, for the first time last weekend before winning the Mariner Invitational—also for the first time—the next day.
Every Michael Jordan needs a Phil Jackson, just like every ambitious student needs advice from top facilities. That is why the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and NASA showed up with their dream coaches for STEM/ MESA interns to the battlecry of Fat Joe’s “All the Way Up” for the internships information session last week.
The Lancers’ baseball team opened conference with back-to-back losses to El Camino College (ECC). Although Thursday’s game came close with final score 4-3, Saturday’s game was more upsetting with a 3-9 loss.
Monday, March 20 A homeless person found sleeping in the Circadian was escorted off the campus. A man and woman were reported having a verbal fight near the mirror pools. They were gone upon officers’ arrival. Officers out with two subjects who were involved in a traffic collision in Lot 3. Parties exchanged information. A homeless person was reported grooming himself near east of the V-building and turned out to be a PCC student. A student was reported suffering a laceration on her foot at …
If you’ve ever made your way up to the fourth floor of the C-building, you may have come across a door unlike any other here on campus. Reminiscent of the room of requirement from Harry Potter, this mystifying door seems to be shrouded in secrecy.