There’s a sense of harmony in Laemmle Playhouse 7 on Colorado. Maybe there’s harmony in the warm colors of paintings that line the gray walls, or perhaps it’s instilled in the moments caught in photographs. Maybe it’s in the smell of popcorn just down the hall. Wherever it is, there’s an eyeful at the theater, and it’s bringing local artists, filmmakers, and their enthusiasts together. April 16 marked the opening of the Pasadena Art Show ’15 at the historic theater. The exhibit was borne out …
PCC track and field athletes competed at both the community college and university levels in the Mt. SAC Relays earlier this month. Once again the Lancers were led by freshman sprinter Alexander McElwee who made his name known among potential 4-year university suitors with his state-fastest time in the 400-meters.
The decision has been made and Fullerton College’s Rajen Vurdien will be the next president of PCC, but the Board of Trustees’ choice wasn’t the one the campus needed.
Despite a fearless effort from sophomore second baseman Justine Zavala and freshman outfielder Yecenia Cardenas, the Lancers softball team was unable to keep their playoff hopes alive after losing 5-2 to El Camino College-Compton Center Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Park.
The PCC baseball team came into Tuesday’s series opener against Mt. SAC on yet another losing streak. Losers of their last five in a row and nine of their last 10, the Lancers hadn’t scored a run in their last couple of games. Fortunately, that all changed on Tuesday, as PCC did just enough to win the ballgame 2-0.
With the Pasadena City College (PCC) Foundation raising $600,00 annually for scholarships, they have successfully raised more than $950,000 this year in net proceeds for scholarships awarded to PCC students through its first scholarship fundraiser, “PCC Celebrates Student Success.”
The PCC 2015 fall semester study abroad program offers a once in a lifetime opportunity that allows students to take in the sights and culture of picturesque Florence, Italy while they complete their required college coursework.
Monday April 6: A call was received from the Pasadena Police Department informing of a female adult who was a victim of the theft of her medical marijuana card. The female stated she was involved in a “fight” with a White male adult who stole her medical card. Her last known location was the library. An officer responded, conducted an area check, and approached students in the area but none were aware of the incident. They were unable to locate the subject. Library staff contacted …
Not only are the women’s badminton team gunning for a state title and are undefeated in the South Coast conference, but they have shifted the status of their rivalry with reigning two-time SCC champions and neighbors, the East Los Angeles Huskies with a 21-0 commanding win on Friday at home.