It’s that time of the year again to cut the turkey, mash the potatoes, steam the corn, simmer the gravy, bake those sweet bread rolls and give thanks for it all. However, many employees will be missing out on precious family time now that franchises are opening stores for door-buster deals as early as the day before Black Friday.
More than just a gaming console
After a good eight-year run the Xbox 360 is stepping down from the throne as Microsoft’s top gaming console to make way for the all-new Xbox One. The Xbox One has been released and is now taking over living rooms worldwide.
New track coach brings years of experience
Pasadena City College has named Cedric Hill as the new men’s and women’s track and field coach.
Lancers’ goalie recognized
This season Perez set the Lancer record as the all-time leader in saves (183) and shutouts (10).
Aspiring Aerospace Scholar fights to beat the odds
Nestled in a comfortable corner of Pasadena, a small city on a big planet that’s part of a vast, ever-changing universe, is Sarkis Tashjian, who may have the chance to take part in space exploration through NASA’s National Community College Aerospace Scholars Program.
Tough defeat for Lancers’ volleyball
The Lancers’ volleyball team looked poised for a deep run in this year’s SoCal Regional Playoffs.
“Family Circles” challenges student actors
“What would my life be if I had married someone else?” This is the question posed by Alan Ayckbourn’s play “Family Circles” which opened on Nov. 22.
Student Health Services promotes smoke free campus
Student Health Services coordinated the event with the emphasis on promoting the campus going smoke free next year and also informing students and staff on the dangers of smoking and encouraging them to quit.
Men’s soccer gets eliminated in first round playoffs
After making two spectacular leaping saves, goalie Gaetano Perez, who made seven saves in all during the game, couldn’t turn away the goal that ended the Lancers’ season.
English teacher allegedly found innocent
English instructor Mark McQueen received a letter from the college stating that he has been found innocent of all accusations that he attacked a student, according to a union official.