PCC closed its main campus along with the Rosemead campus and Community Education Center at noon, according to the PCC website.
Faculty members also remain opposed to the realignment of the college into six divisions, arguing that it gets rid of the current deans and places more management work on the new department chairs.
After a 10 year drought, the Lancers men’s basketball team received a No. 12 seed for the upcoming Southern California playoffs.
The Lancers women’s basketball team was rewarded with a No. 4 seed in the 2014 CCCAA Women’s Basketball Regional Championships
PCC’s theater department christened its new Black Box Theater in the Center for the Arts building this weekend with its inaugural production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s “Company.”
Did this administration make absolutely sure that the realignment of the college’s academic divisions would withstand legal scrutiny and follow Chancellor’s Office policies? Does comprehensive data exist to support such realignment? Were reasonable voices heard and, most importantly, is it in the best interest of students?
Imagine just getting out of prison for a major offense. You plan to move into a new town where most of your neighbors already know about your crimes against humanity.
An 18-year-old Pasadena man pleaded not guilty this week to a murder charge after prosecutors alleged that he shot a PCC nursing student to death earlier this month, according to a court official.
Sometimes it seems that in a blink of an eye, a game can become out of reach. That was the case for the Lancers after just the first inning of a game against Rio Hondo College, when an error with two outs in the inning opened the flood gates in route to an 8-1 rout of PCC on Saturday at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field.
PCC’s badminton team is already hard at work preparing for the upcoming season with coach Bill Sanchez’s goal to “play well, work hard.”