In another step aimed at environmental sustainability, the college has entered into an agreement to acquire a fuel cell to cool classrooms and heat the swimming pool, officials said.
The women’s badminton team continued their 27-game SCC win-streak by completely destroying ECC Compton in a 17-0 March 28 home win.
A female student on campus reported a sexual battery after a male suspect came up behind her on the first floor of the C Building and touched her in a sexual manner. The suspect got away and has yet to be apprehended.
The Shatford Library has expanded its graphic novels collection with over 80 additions recently due to requests from instructors for their class readings, according to Librarian Diana Lopez.
Associated Students Vice President of Public Relations, and key member of the PCC Feminist Club, Mon-Shane Chou is all about progress.
A $2.4 million LED project is near completion said officials to change all the fluorescent tubes to LED tubes on the entire campus.
Lancers track and field team members placed in the top three of eight events at the 69th Pasadena Games held at PCC’s Robinson Stadium on Friday and Saturday, with sophomore standout runner Luis Dorantes leading PCC to its only first place at the event by winning the men’s 5000-meter run. Both men and women teams set high finishes in four events a piece.
A $2.4 million LED project is to change all the fluorescent tubes to LED tubes on the entire campus is near completion, officials say.
The project began in November and slowly covered the campus whole. Over 34,000 Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) tubes have been changed out for Light Emitting Diode (LED) tubes.
In the current Rutgers University case involving the September 2010 suicide of 18-year-old freshman Tyler Clementi, his ex-roomate Dharun Rhavi was convicted Friday on fifteen charges including invasion of privacy, the hiding and tampering of evidence, and bias intimidation, in other words, a hate crime. Should bullies be held accountable for related suicides?
In the PPC Art Gallery several works by the Cuban-born photographer Abelardo Morell, the 2012 Artist in Residence, are on display through May 5.