The women's soccer team beat Taft College Cougars with a 3-0 score at the PCC Robinson Stadium on Tuesday.The Lancers dominated throughout the game with good technique, and communication between the players; obtaining a positive…

College students everywhere are finding that expenses for gas, books and even tuition are burning a hole through their pockets. Those on campus until mid-afternoon find themselves easily burning that hole further with the cost…

Tucked away from the crowded streets along Old Town Pasadena, in a spot known as Mills Place alley, is a not-so everyday coffee shop called Equator.It is commonly referred to as The Equator, and is…

The "Shakespeare in the Park" event began last weekend at the Levitt Pavilion in Memorial Park in downtown Pasadena.This is the third year the Crown City Theatre Company has performed free events. It's work was…

The PCC Art Gallery unveiled its photography faculty exhibit on Sept. 6. Attendance was high, both the students and the community were represented. "We took a new approach to the faculty show," said Matthew Jordan,…

The great minority debate

September 5, 2007 0

Since the great race and gender social movements of the 1960's there has been controversy regarding the idea of either a woman or an African-American the job of being President. Now the Democratic Party is…

The trial of a past PCC student, George Wood Pigman IV, charged with the 2005 slaying of his alleged girlfriend Eimi Yamada, has been postponed and will likely be moved.Beginning Sept. 10, the people will…

Courier gets a facelift

September 5, 2007 0

An improved online edition of the Courier at a brand new home on the Web - pcccourier.com - was launched Aug. 21.Although the paper has had an online presence for many years, this recent upgrade…