Two PCC professors are spearheading an effort to address the school’s homeless student population by collaborating with the city of Pasadena.
Lose-Win for PCC’s women’s water polo at El Camino tournament
On Friday PCC’s women’s water polo team traveled to El Camino College for a tournament against LA Valley and El Camino, losing the first game 16-5 before shutting out El Camino in the second match 16-0.
Lancers Men’s Soccer lose in a shut out at home field
PCC’s men’s soccer team lost to Rio Hondo 2-0 on Friday when they allowed two goals in during the second half of the game. During the first half, the Lancers’ defense used their heads, literally and figuratively, to stop Rio Hondo’s offense from scoring. Freshman defender Derek Bell blocked a shot on goal with a header and the defense made sure Rio Hondo was caught offsides. The Lancers’ offense played a smart game of two-touch in the first half, conserving their energy in the heat …
The verdict is in, the ABA re-approves PCC’s paralegal studies program
Pasadena City College’s paralegal studies program was reapproved by the American Bar Association (ABA) for the fifth consecutive time since it was originally certified in 1995. The program must meet rigorous standards set by the ABA and requires extensive self-evaluation reports, on-site evaluations and yearly reports. Programs that are successful keep their ABA standing for seven years. PCC began its paralegal studies program in 1973 and first applied for ABA approval in 1992. The ABA does not approve programs that are strictly online as the …