With the upcoming season rapidly approaching, the women’s badminton team is shaping up to be a promising mix of new and returning players eager to reclaim the South Coast Conference title.
PCC will see its fifth employee in four years in the police chief position in Steven Matchan after the Board of Trustees decided to fire Don Yoder two weeks ago at its Nov. 17 meeting.
Associated Students (AS) President Jordyn Orozco is pushing for the school to make an effort to renew its lapsed contract with Pepsi to boost revenue for student services.
From the outside looking in it’s easy to assume that the 2014-15 Lancers men’s basketball team is in the midst of a rebuilding season.
With the departure of five sophomores from last season’s squad and an early season-ending injury to the team’s lone returning sophomore, Saige Spence, the Lancers finished the season with a 5-16 overall record, good for sixth place in the South Coast Conference.
Depending on if you’re a football fan or not, your view on an NFL team coming to Los Angeles may differ. From an unemployment standpoint, the $1 billion stadium planning to be built is a great idea because it can give many people jobs.
The Lancers fielded 19 freshman in their 24-man squad, which exposed these 18 year olds against more seasoned, stronger and tactically astute 22 and 23-year-old opposition. According to head coach Edgar Manvelyan, this was the major reason for his team’s displeasing season.
PCC is currently discussing a possible proposal to become one of 15 California community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees, according to Assistant Superintendent of Academic Student Affairs Robert Bell.
Pasadena City College is partnering with USC to create a new Chinese language learning program that will incorporate heritage and culture and make it easier for students to transfer to universities.
Purple and white balloons accompanied simple, hastily-made signs with “She++” scrawled in black marker dotted throughout campus. For most, the phrase is a foreign combination of a word followed by plus signs. But to tech-heavy individuals, the message is clear: these posters were directing foot traffic to a female-focused computer science lecture in the UU forum.