Riding the coat tails of four disappointing seasons under former head coach Fred Fimbres, PCC is looking to defensive guru Thom Kaumeyer to turn the ship around in 2016.
Trustee retires, new candidates vie for empty seat
After 32 years, Dr. Jeanette Mann will be stepping down from her seat on the PCC Board of Trustees.
Noncredit division helps adults achieve academic goals
Pasadena City College’s Noncredit Division Adult High School Luncheon last week saw 243 students–the largest class in the program’s history–receive their high school equivalency certificates.
Cosmetology program suspended
PCC’s school of cosmetology has been suspended indefinitely and no classes in the discipline will be offered in the fall as administrators decide on the future of the program.
Study abroad offers unique opportunity
The PCC 2015 fall semester study abroad program offers a once in a lifetime opportunity that allows students to take in the sights and culture of picturesque Florence, Italy while they complete their required college coursework.
Softball stays in playoff hunt
PCC women’s softball team dominated their third game in a row by beating the LA Harbor College Seahawks 7-2 at Robinson Park on Tuesday afternoon as they make a late push for a playoff bid.
Whispers of four year degrees resume
Talks of PCC offering bachelor’s degrees by way of state law SB 850—the law passed by the State Senate and signed by Governor Jerry Brown last May that would allow community colleges to offer four year degrees in certain fields—have resumed over the past week, and a proposal for such a degree at PCC was recently sent to the Chancellor’s Office, a school official said.
American soldier and author offers insight
Despite a handful of unsatisfied students, the Borders of Diversity Student Conference hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, College Diversity Initiative, and the English Department was both moving and educational.
Lasers disintegrate Lancers
Tuesday was the same story on a different day for PCC baseball, as they took one on the chin at home against the Irvine Valley Lasers on by a score of 7-2.
Little to no progress has been made by PCC in filling the 35 new full-time faculty positions—a number that was agreed upon back in November—as the software being used to collect and evaluate applications, Cornerstone, has been automatically rejecting applicants due to a number of severe glitches.