The women’s softball season home opener against Antelope Valley College proved to be a rough start to the 2014 season for the Lancers, who lost 9-0 in five innings against the Marauders.
“One more, together.” That is the Pasadena City College Women’s Softball team’s 2014 motto and end of practice reminder that each player is willing to give something extra for a team member, a concept imposed by new head coach Monica Tantlinger. In less than a week the team will host Antelope Valley College in the 2014 season home opener. The Lancers finished off the 2013 season 15-25 overall and 7-14 in the South Coast Conference under coach Brittany Williams. The new roster is composed of …
Knockout: a game where you punch someone random, anyone, as hard as you can with the intention of knocking that person out cold with just one hit.
It’s official. It’s time for leggings, boots and beanies once again.
Although it looks like Christmas already, Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Oven roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy paint an aromatic, familiar picture of November’s ultimate feast.
For those out there still consistently using Facebook, you might have scrolled through your news feed recently and come across what looked like a normal post, until you realized it was an ad for a product one of your 700 friends liked.
If taking vitamins has become an alternative to eating your fruits and vegetables, then you might want to reconsider.
Red flashing lights, fog, loud music and students with glow sticks filled the stands of the Hutto-Patterson gym. No, it wasn’t a rave. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s basketball season.
Nestled in the corner of a bustling shopping center in South Pasadena sits the humble family-owned health food store Grassroots Natural Market and Kitchen. “Your health is our business,” is displayed on a huge banner as customers enter the oversized single automatic sliding door.
Congratulations America. We have surpassed the $1 trillion mark in student debt. If that isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t bad enough, students are finding themselves having to empty their pockets once more to pay off their remaining school balances. This time however, it’ll sting a little less with President Obama’s newer Student Loan Forgiveness Program.