As January comes to a close and the 2015 swimming and diving season just around the corner, the Lancers have their sights set on top finishes. Led by coach Terry Stoddard, both the men’s and women’s teams are a promising mix of new blood and returning talent. Returners on the women’s team include Tiffany Wong, Courtney Fukushima and Connie Peng, who competed at the state championships last season. Stoddard named Peng as his top returning swimmer, who placed second at state. “The returning athletes have …
Life, death and spirituality are all complexities that are explored in professor Jim Morphesis’ new paintings that are now showcased in his own new exhibit “Wounds of Existence” that runs from January 25 to May 31 at The Pasadena Museum of California Arts.
Pasadena City College’s Asian Pacific Islander Advisory Committee hosted the “Paving a Successful Pathway: From High School to College, Career and Beyond” seminar for prospective college students in the Craveling Lounge on Saturday.
Today, seeing or hearing a racial slur can feel like a slam backward through time. In general, as progressive as our society would like to think it is, there are reminders that there are still many living in the dark ages of socially acceptable language.
It’s a paradox. A majority of students attend Pasadena City College to get out of it. Unfortunately, many students do not escape quickly enough as it is not uncommon to spend three years or more transferring.
The Lancers’ men’s basketball team won their first home game of the season with a 69-61 victory over El Camino College on Wednesday.
SoCal Museums and Metro has teamed up for the first time to provide a Museum Free-For-All this Saturday.
In a see-sawing battle, the women’s basketball team overcame a top 10 state ranked team for the first time this season by defeating the El Camino Warriors in a thrilling 70-66 overtime victory in a non-conference game at Hutto-Pattinson gym.
Architecture instructor Coleman Griffith was placed on paid administrative leave on Jan. 20, pending an investigation involving sexual harassment allegations, according to school officials.
PCC’s High Impact Practices Series comprises of four seminars that will discuss two topics during each session. Each workshop is meant to help students become better prepared to join the work force or to continue their academic careers at a four year school, according to studies done by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.