Recently, Pasadena City College took action to create an easier way for students to take classes without the need of purchasing expensive textbooks. Beginning during the Winter 2018 intersession, students are able to search the course catalog for classes that only use zero-cost textbooks. This applies to not only traditional classes, but also online classes. These classes will utilize only open educational resources (OER) available for free online. The initiative is part of the College Textbook Affordability Act that was passed back in 2015 by …
Lancers’ Lives: Building a future at PCC
A busy afternoon set up the scene in the quad where sat a quiet student named Zully Flores, a student who was not fazed by all the loud conversations and heat, as he was sitting and staring off into the distance spending free time taking in his surroundings.
Men’s soccer end disappointing season with loss
It was a dreary Friday afternoon for the PCC men’s soccer team as they lost their final game of the season to Rio Hondo College 3-0.
Candela Halloween: Killer clowns and salsa dancing dinosaurs
On what seemed like a summer night in the fall, warm but enjoyable, the Pasadena City College Salsa club hosted their seasonal event called “A Candela Halloween” which combined both salsa dancing and spooky costumes for PCC students interested in getting down on the dance floor right before Halloween. Before the party even started students stood outside taking pictures of each other’s costumes and meeting up with friends to prepare for the event. Then when the event started and several students headed for the doors …
Take a knee to make a statement is the American way
Seems like using the platform you earned for peaceful protest is frowned upon in this country.
Metro bikes arrive at PCC
This past summer Metrolink installed a number of rentable bikes at the east end of the Pasadena City College campus.