Rate hikes of any sort are never popular in any economic environment. In this current one, they are especially contentious.
Issue should be response time, not guns
The perpetual debate about arming the campus police has once again been revived thanks to a new draft policy that was recently circulated.
Softball gets going too late
The Lancers softball team suffered another defeat Tuesday at Brookside Park against Cerritos College, the No. 1 team in the South Coast Conference. The 9-3 loss makes PCC’s overall home record 1-10.
Co-captain of the women’s basketbsll team, Kim Smith, shoots for the future
Sophomore Kim Smith, guard and co-captain of this year’s women’s basketball team, did well for the Lancers this year.
Men’s baseball struggles for survival in the SCC
The men’s baseball team fell to second to last in the South Coast Conference with its loss to East Los Angeles College on Thursday.
Aquatic teams fight it out in conference
PCC swim teams hosted their first meets of the season Friday with a win against L.A. Trade Tech in both the men and women’s, and a loss in both against Cerritos.
Campus hosts high school conference
Two hundred high school students from the Pasadena Unified School District gathered on Friday for the 22nd annual African American High School Conference at PCC.
Despite discount, few bus passes sold
Sales for the discounted transit pass offered to full-time students has been low, though much support have been expressed for the partnership between PCC and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro).
A look back with… Kyle Luck
In a PCC music room, a trio plays live jazz music. Occasionally, there is break and a soft voice is heard suggesting a different emphasis or tempo be tried next.
New Center for the Arts Building designed to reach out to students
The proposed Center for the Arts Building has taken a new artistic twist. The new plan is inspired by a design of Jacob Hanover, a former art student.