Lancers defeated at Homecoming game

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

Cerritos College football team put a damper on PCC's Homecoming celebrations, handing the Lancers their third conference defeat 33-21 Saturday at Robinson Stadium, as PCC's 1977 national championship team watched.Quarterback David Pittman, who has been…

PCC men's soccer finished the season with a 2-1 victory over visiting South Coast Conference opponent El Camino College Friday at Robinson Stadium.Benjamin Martin sealed the victory with a penalty kick after Gurgen Adzemian was…

Cleveland sets record as baskerball loses

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

Sophomore Harold Cleveland scored a school record 48 points in PCC's opening loss to San Jose at the San Jose City College Tip Off Tournament on Friday. Unfortunately for the Lancers, no other player scored…

Oligopolies duel on campuses with unfair contracts

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

Pepsi vs. Coke: Corporate America's battles are familiar to most these days.In almost every aspect of your life, you eat, drink and even breathe something that belongs to a bigger leviathan than you could possibly…

Anti-violence panel to weigh master plan for youth

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

Formerly the city's Ad Hoc Committee, now known as the Pasadena Youth Development and Violence Prevention Committee, will discuss the implementation of a master plan for youth at the Community Education Center today."The charge of…

Women’s soccer team heads to playoffs

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

The women's soccer team, which started the season as one of the most promising teams at PCC, reached its goal of going into the post-season on Friday.Forward Randi Richardson scored the only goal in PCC's…

Boxing the way it should be

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

What happened in the ring at Madison Square Garden, between Puerto Rican Miguel Cotto and Shane Mosley on Saturday, is what the fans want to see in every boxing fight.Punches, punches and more punches.Cotto's victory,…

Teacher threatens new faculty union with suit

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

A battle is brewing for PCC's new faculty union.The Pasadena City College Faculty Association may face a lawsuit from one of its members if it does not change and explain why it has kept the…

Emergency drills test campus preparedness

By Alumni Staff November 14, 2007 0

The quad was swarming with police, nurses, sheriffs, and the bomb squad Wednesday as PCC's emergency preparedness was tested for Safety Week.The various law enforcement representatives practicing their responses also informed students of criminal justice…