Monday, March 18 A person reported a student being harassed inside C building. Offices arrived to the area and made contact with the parties; subjects were then counseled and escorted off campus. A cadet reported there were two male subjects involved in a physical altercation south of D building. Officer contacted both males and they advised they were not fighting. A staff member reported a female yelling at an employee inside of C-235. Officer made contact with the female and escorted her off campus. A …
PCC trustees fight against food insecurity on campus
The board of trustees delegation recently opened a dialogue to expanding the subsidized lunch program to community colleges with federal legislators in Washington, D.C. this February.
Baseball runs around the Roadrunners
Continuing their winning streak, The Lancers racked up three more wins by annihilating the Rio Hondo Roadrunners.
PCC reduces number of potential faculty hires
Pasadena City College (PCC) has announced a cutback in prospective full-time faculty hires from 57 potential openings to 45. The call for a reduction comes after last semesters declaration to hire 57 new full-time positions to fullfil an obligation in accordance with the school’s Faculty Obligation Number (FON) that is mandated by the state of California.
Save us from daylight savings
I groggily slipped out of bed to prepare for school on Monday, Mar. 11. I opened the shutters, hoping for a glimmer of sunlight to peer into my darkened room. However, no sunshine was to be found. Then, I remembered. Dread it, run from it, daylight savings still arrives. Cursing the US for still practicing this outdated idea, I arrived at PCC, noticing the students around campus seemed to be more lifeless than usual. The chirping of the birds were drowned out by the overly-aggressive …
GARB: Colliding art and fashion
To fulfill a visually stimulating craving, ArtCenter College of Design is currently showcasing an exhibition titled “GARB”, at their Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery. The exhibition presents a “collision of image, body, art, object, fashion and costume.” Curators Ann Field and John David O’Brien juxtapose fashion and costume artifacts with art, sculpture and objects, even making some pieces “wearable art.” In this exhibition an array of illustrators such as Ann Field, Bob Peak and Tony Viramontes can be found expressing how their creative ideas come …
Badminton loses their improbable winning streak
PCC’s badminton team — who objectively has been the most successful athletic team this school has seen in recent years, winning back-to back state championships and going undefeated during that span — lost their first game since 2016 on Friday.
Women’s basketball charge on to next season
After a third-round exit in the playoffs to nemesis East Los Angeles College, the Lady Lancers missed out on a trip to the state championship again.
PCC student counselors are here to help
PCC’s personal counseling department recently introduced a new program that allows students to become peer counselors with the responsibility of being able to listen and give advice to students who need to talk about their mental health.