Monday, February 18, 2019 A transient was escorted off campus from the R building stairwell. There was a report of suspicious circumstances inside of the P building. This was later cleared and it was just a professor working inside. Tuesday, February 19, 2019 There were two transient reports, one in the north west corner of Lot 1 and the other inside the CC building elevator. The former was escorted off campus while the later was not located by the time officers arrived. There were two …
(Alternative) emergency: Trump’s bogus intruder alert
In a predictably uncomfortable and confrontational press conference from the White House Rose Garden, President Trump made an announcement that should make any reasonable person’s stomach churn.
Lancers’ bats come alive in home wins
PCC’s baseball team made sure they did not miss out on the opportunity to score, as shown by their explosive offensive production. In their last two home games, the Lancers combined for a total of 19 runs at Jackie Robinson Field with an 8-5 win against Oxnard and an impressive 11-1 win against Glendale improving their record to 6-3
Women’s basketball limps into playoffs
Having only won two of their eight South Coast Conference (SCC) matches, women’s basketball still managed to qualify for the playoffs despite Wednesday’s close loss to Mt. SAC.
Jussie Smollett now starring as a lying asshole
It took the nation only three weeks to figure out that Jussie Smollett’s story was a complete lie. With a complete disregard for morals, ethics, and the lack of both a good conscience and any self-awareness, Smollett is a sociopathic narcissist who would willingly put two innocent men in jail for the sake of furthering his C-list career, and deserves any prison time he faces.
Returning Amazon’s New York City Package
The contest is over for Amazon, and the people of Long Island City have spoken: Amazon shall not pass.
BankMobile directly transfers funds to students
PCC and BankMobile have been collaborating the past few semesters to distribute financial aid, scholarships, grants and other funds directly to Lancer reducing wait times and paper checks that come with receiving funds from PCC’s financial aid office.
PCC artist plans to ride across the pond
Taming the frivolous wind and savoring the speed, Steven Houck and Elly love to get lost. They enjoy the motion, the sense of flying and freedom. Houck and his trustworthy friend Elly are rushing to find new thrilling adventures on their three week trip around the contiguous America.
Monsieur Crêpe lives up to its in-Crêpe-ible hype
With its new location just being one minute down from Pasadena City College, PCC students can now enjoy the most delicious crepes in Pasadena. Monsieur Crêpe was first originated in the charming village of Sierra Madre but has now made its way down to 105 N Hill Ave. The new location is open Monday through Sunday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. The drive of the new location is just one minute away from PCC maybe five if there is traffic and for those who …