Both men's and women's soccer teams completed their seasons last week in Torrance when they played El Camino College. The men's team ended their season with a 2-2 tie and the women lost, 3-1.Both teams…

During the first half, the Lancers football team dominated defending state and national champions Mt. San Antonio College in Saturday night's game at Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut, but PCC was unable to hold on…

Almost four centuries ago, two polar opposite groups of people celebrated together over a feast to show respect and gratitude for each other. Thanksgiving is the time to honor and show that spirit of kindness…

Buckling under a billion-dollar deficit, the UC system continues to suffer from inadequate state funding without relief in sight. Over the past year, students have seen alarming cuts in course offerings, layoffs, and salary reductions…

The Lancers volleyball team gathered its 15th sweep of the season on Friday when it defeated Los Angeles Harbor College in Hutto-Patterson Gym by match scores of 25-14, 25-12 and 25-14.With an overall record of…

Stacks of baskets, boxes and bags brimming with canned goods lined the walls and filled the back room of the Cross Cultural Center after its second annual Holiday Gift Basket Drive.The food drive solicited gift…

Bikers cruise a common path

November 17, 2010 0

Bike riders on campus see the roads of Pasadena from a different perspective than others. The bike racks on campus are full of stories and that only a two-wheeled traveler can understand.Jenn Berjikian, a geology…

While Jay K. Cho hesitates to call himself a nerd, his longtime passion for mathematics shows no signs of waning.A native South Korean, Cho has been a pre-algebra and statistics professor at PCC since 2002.…