In their final home game of the regular season, the PCC women’s basketball team defeated Mt. SAC at Hutto-Patterson Gym on Wednesday night, with a final score of 64-62.
Product recalls are not uncommon. Painkillers, toys, pet food, tires, and vehicles have all been on the list at some point. The latest, a massive recall of some popular Toyota models, has been named the downfall of the company by some at PCC.
The Lancers endured an unusual and frustrating end en route to an 85-42 pounding of East Los Angeles College on Friday night at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
When a magnitude 7 earthquake hit Haiti and leveled its capital, Port-Au-Prince, the world recognized the need to help the struggling country.
Coming off a successful 2009 season, the PCC women’s softball team is looking to return this spring to better its 20-19 overall record and crack the South Coast Conference playoffs.
Language modifications to the president’s job position profile were at the center of discussion during the Board of Trustees meeting held Jan. 20.
Parking permits for the upcoming spring semester, and all others thereafter, are now available to students, faculty, and staff online at the PCC website.
Over 40 volunteers comprised of students and faculty planted a new, more environmentally friendly landscape on Wednesday morning.
The Lancers’ women’s basketball team was unable to defeat L.A. Trade Tech in an 80-73 loss Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gym.
The Lancers’ men’s basketball team lost to Los Angeles Trade Tech Wednesday night at Hutto-Patterson Gym. The final score was 79-64.