It has been 38 years since a PCC student has been crowned Queen of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Rose Princess and PCC student Sarah Hansen was hoping to break that dry spell last Thursday but unfortunately that was not the case. Instead the crown was placed on the head of 17-year-old Polytechnic student, Ana Marie Acosta.
REVIEW: Concert tunes conjure princesses, goblins, friends and family
A zombie family from the 50s played the flutes as princesses, witches and wenches strummed the strings.
Water Polo loses at tournament
In a game that saw Pasadena maintain a lead until the fourth quarter, Women’s water polo let a win slide through their fingers against Saddleback College Saturday, losing by just one point.
Football ends 7-game losing streak in dramatic fashion
Joel Enriquez, running back for the Allan Hancock College Bulldogs, had the end zone in sight on Saturday night with the ball in his hands and the PCC defense behind him… But Enriquez never reached paydirt.
Center for the Arts opens new additions
The Boone Sculpture Garden, a longstanding montage of the arts at PCC, has a new attachment at the end of it for the community to enjoy this coming month.
Jazz big band provides tranquility for students
The calming music and professionalism of the students grabbed the attention of more than a few students.
Lancers’ volleyball upsets El Camino College
The Lancers played one of their best games of the season as they upended the Warriors in four sets.
OP-ED: Four-year degrees need to stay at four-year institutions
The California Community College system is considering a plan to offer baccalaureate degrees at community colleges.
Men’s soccer cannot hold back El Camino
While the offense for PCC’s men’s soccer team scored two goals against El Camino College, the Lancers defense could not thwart El Camino’s offense, losing the game on Friday at home by the score of 4-2.
Illegally downloading music is stupid
Imagine you walk into a music store. You walk over to your favorite section and start browsing the racks of CDs. You see Katy Perry’s new album and decide you want it but don’t want to pay the $14.99. So you slip it under your clothes and walk out the store.