Lawsuits filed by the State of California and Planned Parenthood regarding the Trump administration’s change to Title X could significantly impact Pasadena City College (PCC) students’ ability to receive family planning services.
BankMobile directly transfers funds to students
PCC and BankMobile have been collaborating the past few semesters to distribute financial aid, scholarships, grants and other funds directly to Lancer reducing wait times and paper checks that come with receiving funds from PCC’s financial aid office.
PCC artist plans to ride across the pond
Taming the frivolous wind and savoring the speed, Steven Houck and Elly love to get lost. They enjoy the motion, the sense of flying and freedom. Houck and his trustworthy friend Elly are rushing to find new thrilling adventures on their three week trip around the contiguous America.
Teen Vogue Summit: How to be a fashionable leader and powerful activist
On a chilly Friday morning, I walked towards a bright red building, kind of like Paul Smith’s “Pink Wall” in Melrose except this space belonged to Depop, a social market app where photographers, fashion designers and artists alike can sell their clothes or art while also building a community of artists. It’s sort of like the millennial version of Ebay. Inside, the space looked like a make your own thrift store with a hint of an Urban Outfitters aesthetic: unintentionally effortless. Shades of light blue …
Get down at new Cal State transfer parties
The PCC transfer center is holding college transfer application review parties for students applying to Cal State LA. Transfer center staff has its best and brightest working alongside university representatives to help students fill out their college applications.
PCC interns for Tournament of Roses prepare for 130th Rose Parade
On New Year’s Day, 90 Pasadena City College (PCC) students will oversee the 130th Rose Parade, an annual procession of around 40 floats coated with flowers, through the Tournament of Roses Intern Program.
Big test, destress: Associated Students help students face finals
The Associated Students put together a “De-Stress Fest” on Tuesday and Wednesday night in the Wi-Fi lounge.
Vurdien’s retirement: ‘The school will continue shining as a beacon of light’
After serving Pasadena City College for over three and half years, Dr. Rajen Vurdien’s presidency will be coming to an end, however, he still has many goals for the school before heading into retirement.
Concussion sinks water polo’s season
Defending the goal for her team as she does every Wednesday, freshman goaltender Natalie Wassall was not planning on facing a serious head injury. As the women’s water polo team handles a forfeited season, she contemplates her future as a student-athlete in a sport that makes no promise of being gentle.
Police Blotter: “Religious cult” reported hovering over student
Monday, November 5 Officers discovered damage to PCC property at parking lot 1. A report was made of a male who approached a female student while she was on the track and made her feel uncomfortable. The male was counseled and then released. A student reported that her estranged mother attempted to contact her while on campus. The mother was gone when dispatch arrived. A report was made of a male who was disrupting soccer practice on the field. The male was escorted off the …