The PCC cross country teams succeeded once again at the Cougar Challenge held on the California State University San Marcos campus on Saturday.
The Lancers lost their seventh straight game on Saturday night, squandering opportunities to keep the game close and giving up many big plays to keep Moorpark’s offense on the field.
Who has the cleanest restrooms: men or women? The ultimate judges should be the people responsible for cleaning them up.
The Lancers women’s soccer team pulled out a 3-0 win in a slow game against El Camino-Compton Center on Tuesday.
Instead of the usual homemade silly nerd costumes and dressing up like the opposite sex, students are letting it hang out more and being more creative as well.
On Friday night Oct 18, the Norton Simon opened it’s doors to college students, giving free tours, art posters on the exit and a panel discussion on the art of becoming an intern.
The second annual Day Laborer Winter Coat Drive is underway. Coats, sweaters and jackets are being collected on campus to be delivered to the Pasadena and Cypress Park Day Laborer Centers. Last year over 100 items were collected.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of midterm week, with sights such as students bolting across the Quad with a Scantron in hand, a small jazz trio eased the tension.
A massive earthquake had just hit Southern California and it took police officers fewer than three minutes and thirty seconds to get everyone out of the C building, according to Chief of Police Don Yoder.
PCC forward Sergio Benitez called for the ball with five minutes left to play and the score even at 2-2 against El Camino College Compton Center at Robinson Stadium on Oct 22. George Barba launched the ball forward and Benitez controlled the pass with one touch at the edge of the 18-yard box. With his next touch of the ball Benitez launched a strike into the back corner of Compton’s net.