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President Miller goes to the White House
Interim superintendent/president Robert Miller will meet President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Joseph Biden today during the second White House College Opportunity Summit in Washington D.C.
Final version of accreditation report released
PCC officials recently released the final version of the Accreditation Self-Evaluation report, which at times paints an unflattering view of the school’s recent history.
Campus police search for knifepoint robbery suspect
Campus police are hunting for a suspect in a knifepoint robbery that occurred in the parking lot near the Boone Sculpture Garden last week.
Board to search for interim police chief
The Board of Trustees has begun an official process for finding an interim chief of police after it fired Don Yoder at its Nov. 17 meeting.
Women’s basketball overcomes slow start
Freshman point guard Judith Espinoza’s dominant 22-point second-half scoring spree was too much for Skagit Valley Community College to handle as the women’s basketball team advanced to the final of the Glendale CC Vaquero Shootout with a tense and see-sawing 74-66 win on Saturday night.
Insensitivity to showcase top comedy in Pasadena
Based on their web podcast Insensitivity Training on All Things Comedy, Joe Bartnick and Cort McCown have teamed up to bring their brand of politically incorrect comedy to The Ice House. Both comedians showcase a variety of high profile, lowbrow guest comedy artists of every ilk.
Women’s basketball steamrolls Chaffey
The women’s basketball team, led by freshman’s Regerina Baker and Judith Espinoza, easily dispatched Chaffey College 87-53 in the opening round of the Glendale CC Vaquero shootout on Friday night.
Bartender makes a merry Grand Marshall for Doo Dah
Well known and well loved by locals in the East Pasadena area, bartender Johnny Jerejian of the Colorado Bar–who simply likes to be known as “Johnny the Bartender”–was chosen as Grand Marshal for this year’s 37th Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade.
Water for residents: Why L.A. needs to replace its outdated water system
In July UCLA was flooded when more than 20 million gallons of water gushed from a 90-year-old city water line and last month the Sunset Strip was temporarily closed when 9,600 gallons of water per minute came spewing out of yet another broken pipe. With pipes losing so much water amid one of the worst droughts in California, it’s time to finally update L.A.’s ancient water system.