Pasadena baseball bested No. 15 Chaffey College two out of three in a series last week to tie for first place in the SCC Northern Division.
PCC softball adds two more wins on the road
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.
Conservation is key to combating a continuous drought in California
After experiencing their first above average season of rainfall in about 8 years, California has made the correct decision to extend their water usage restrictions throughout the state. The restrictions must stay in place, regardless of the state’s current conditions in order for the state to make a full recovery from the drought.
Softball dominates in cross-conference showdown
Pasadena softball is now 5-5 overall after rallying late in the fifth inning to beat Long Beach City College (LBCC) two runs to one at home on Wednesday and embarrassing El Camino College Compton Center (ECCC) fourteen runs to none on the road Friday.
The Affordable Care Act ain’t so affordable
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was implemented with the goal of giving low-income families access to reasonably priced health insurance and lowering costs for all Americans. However, once again, premium rates are predicted to spike next year, leaving many Americans with much lighter pocketbooks.
America’s responsibility to refugees
The United States is, by composition, a nation of immigrants and a nation of refugees. The Pilgrims exodus in hopes of finding a place to safely practice their religion is at the heart of American identity. Since its inception the U.S. has been a safe haven for those fleeing oppression and death, for those who sought to create a life for themselves of their own accord.
PCC named finalist in million dollar contest
The Aspen Institute announced Tuesday that Pasadena City College (PCC) is one of 10 national finalists for the coveted Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence that is accompanied with $1 million in winnings.
Perpetuating The Californian Nanny State
Gov. Jerry Brown apparently knows what’s best for the helpless people of California, signing into law a plethora of new legislation that will further add to the growing “Nanny State” that already exists in California.
Softball is in uphill battle for the playoffs
Pasadena softball suffered a tough loss against El Camino College (ECC) on Tuesday, losing 7-2 on the road.
Blotter: Fire alarm in parking lot No.5 activated multiple times
Monday, April 4: Campus police received a report of a man and woman riding a motorcycle through campus at high speed. When the campus police arrived at the scene the suspects had already left.