Blotter: Subject stabbed near PCC campus

Monday, May 25 No activity reported. Tuesday, May 26 No activity reported Wednesday, May 27 Dispatch observed a male transient looking through cardboard boxes near the campus hazmat office and possibly taking items out. Officer made contact with the subject and escorted him off campus. Thursday, May 28 Pasadena Police requested assistance with a large tree branch blocking a lane at Del Mar and Sierra Bonita. Area coned off. Message was left for facilities to remove tree branches. Cadet reports a female transient in Lot …

Baking for millennials: White Claw cake edition

Forget about making sourdough or banana bread this quarantine season, make something that any millennial is gonna love. Think of a regular pound cake, but pour a White Claw into the batter and now you have the perfect dessert for any college student in 2020. Taken from the cookbook “Dirtbag Cuisine,” culinary artist Bethy Squires shows readers how to make a 7Up cake by substituting the soda for a White Claw hard seltzer. The recipe calls for: 3 cups flour 3 cups sugar 3 eggs …

PCC’s Queer Alliance zooms into the Spring semester

Had the semester remained in person, PCC’s Queer Alliance (QA) club would be hosting weekly meetings every Thursday afternoon. The new reality of remote learning and social distancing led QA to come together virtually on April 25, where members talked about their favorite latest Netflix shows, share their thoughts on remote learning and keep up with each other while in quarantine. QA is PCC’s club for LGBTQ+ students and faculty on campus. Since PCC’s campus is closed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, QA members …

No, 5G towers aren’t causing the Coronavirus

If the recent surge of “COVID-19 challenges” like kids licking toilet seats wasn’t enough to make your skin crawl, now people are theorizing that 5G cell phone towers are the leading cause of the spread of coronavirus. Technology is constantly changing and with the release of new 5G cell phone reception, and telecommunication companies expected a positive reaction from the public, but got the opposite. Just like the multiple conspiracy theories being spread about 5G, there seems to be two main theories that are prevalent. …

Lancers baseball knocks off the Mounties

PCC’s baseball team had a strong start to their first win against Mt. San Antonio College this season, with a score of 4-2 on Tuesday. The team was anticipating a positive outcome for the conference since it was their first game against Mt. SAC since last year’s 2-1 victory of the 2019 season. PCC’s record of 7-8 gave them the perfect opportunity to make their season back to even and build on their momentum.

Galleries display ethereal sculptures and Mesoamerican artwork

The gravity defying metal sculptures by artist Jacci Den Hartog show art and sculpture fans the beauty of different landscape and rock formations in tall dark figures or even smaller pieces full of color. Across from Hartog’s work in the V Gallery, paintings and drawings show Latinx culture in Mesoamerican life by artists Abel Alejandre and Eloy Torrez and present the struggles of aging as a male and the significance behind machismo. Jacci Den Hartog has been showcasing her art in Southern California since 1991 …