Winning two out of three games over the weekend, the women’s basketball team was able to secure 3rd place in the annual Honda of Pasadena Classic tournament.
Lancers women’s soccer 2014 wrap-up
The Pasadena women’s soccer team ended their season with sophomore goalkeeper Angelique Ulmer’s 13th career shutout, a 0-0 tie to Long Beach, and a lot of “what ifs.”
JPL systems engineer piques curiosity about Mars
Is there life on Mars? Many scientists dedicate their life to finding out whether the Red Planet was capable of sustaining life and any possibilities for new life to begin. Planetary geologist and Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) systems engineer Dr. Sarah Milkovich spoke at the “Mars Science Laboratory: The Curiosity Rover Years 1 & 2” lecture in the UU forum Friday night. In the lecture, Milkovich discussed highlights of the mission so far, which hopes to assess the possibility of Martian life by looking at …
Diversity thrives in student exhibition
The annual Juried Student Exhibition featuring 350 works of art submitted by students opened on Tuesday in the Boone Family Art Gallery.
Second annual Million Meals Marathon in time for Thanksgiving
The second annual Million Meals Marathon will be held Saturday and Sunday for 24 hours in Lot 1 of the Pasadena City College campus off of Hill Avenue.
Tough start for men’s basketball
Although the PCC men’s basketball team went winless during the San Bernardino Valley Alvin Hunter Classic, the young team proved they could play with some of the best teams in the state.
Board fires police chief
The Board of Trustees voted to terminate PCC police chief Don Yoder “with cause” Monday night, after Yoder had been on paid administrative leave since July.
Board moves forward with presidential search
An updated position profile and timeline for the ongoing presidential search was presented by a recently hired headhunting firm and was approved by a 4-2 vote during Monday night’s Board of Trustees’ meeting.
Campus officer injured detaining wanted suspect
A campus police officer sustained minor injuries detaining a wanted man inside the W building shower area last week.
Voting is a privilege not a chore citizens should have to go through
Midterm elections are well-over, but the projected voter turnout of only 40 percent has become a cause of concern for politicians. Discussions have formed over whether or not voting should become compulsory in the United States.