Police Blotter

Share: Monday, May 6, 2019 A cadet observed a traffic collision with injuries at the intersection of Colorado and Bonnie involving a black nissan. Pasadena Fire Department and Police Department were notified to respond for assistance. An officer investigated a suspicious vehicle with two male occupants at CEC lot D. The officer cited them for smoking violations. A student reported that another student was harassing her near Lancer’s Pass. Officers made contact with the perpetrator and advised the student no to bother the victim. A …

Alabama forgets what separation of church and state means

Share: The First Amendment reads: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise  thereof, thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.” Enshrined in our Constitution is the belief that government should not legislate according to religion over non-religion, nor favor a particular faith over others. Follow:

Delicious ‘Asian Fusion’ chicken…by a white girl

Share: Certain foods, when done right, can facilitate religious experiences. Fried chicken is one of those foods. So I jumped at the chance to review one of Old Pasadena’s most recent additions, Daddy’s Chicken Shack. A Houston native, co-owner and co-founder Pace Webb first made a splash in the Los Angeles culinary business with her fine-dining catering company, Taste of Pace. What began as a one-time request for sliders by a client, turned into a joke with her father: to set him up for retirement …

Lancers’ historic ace steps off the mound

Share: Following a playoff loss to El Camino, the Lancers baseball team concluded their season. For some players it meant another year to chase a title while for others it meant the end of their playing career at PCC. For Gordon Ingebritson it meant an end to a historically dominant era of pitching and the beginning of the next stage of his baseball career at UC Irvine next year. Follow:

Meet your A.S. election victors

Share: Update: Associated Student victors were announced, Friday, May 17th.  The Shatford’s second floor was quiet, the faint buzz of whispered conversations noticeably lower in comparison to the first floor. Sophia Garnica, Samuel Belon, James Reyna, Mia Villamayor, Deyra Ojeda and Alejandro Ortega were chatting in conference room 313, waiting to talk about their slate, Make it Happen. Follow: