On the subterranean level of the C building, beneath the halls where sound of students reverb, in a small, quiet room between an overlooked trophy case and a wall-turned-photo collage sits Shannon Yong, biology major.
Pasadena City College ranks as the number one community college in the state for awarding associate’s degrees, according to a recent report.
As the show’s start time came closer, the stage dimmed with pink and orange lights and guests began to fill up Westerbeck Recital Hall. Within minutes, it became a full house.
Attendees of Saturday night’s football game were treated to an unusual halftime show usually performed by the Lancer marching band. Accompanying the band were high school band students from Marshall Fundamental Secondary School who performed two pieces with the Lancers before leaving the field.
While studying at the University of Illinois, E. Katherine Kottaras, English professor here at Pasadena City College, began as a Bio-Triple-E major—ecology, ethology, and evolution—so that she could one day frolic with the seals as a marine biologist.
Amid an attack on the accuracy of presidential candidate Carly Fiorina’s comments on Planned Parenthood and Republican scare tactics aimed at defunding the organization, both sides of the debate have fallen short of understanding the main issue at the heart of the controversy: late term abortions.
Following a loss to Mt. San Jacinto Friday, the PCC women’s soccer team bounced back with a huge 5-2 win Tuesday over Glendale at Robinson Stadium.
After five months, Associated Student President Irving Morales has filled all the vacancies on his executive board with the exception of Chief Justice of the Supreme Council.
The Lancers football team stay ahead of the region’s No. 2 ranked College of the Canyons for most of Saturday night’s game. But with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Cougars rallied and managed to pull ahead, beating the Lancers 28-24 in the SCFA NNC Opener.
Lancer football player is back on the field after being arrested before Saturday’s game on suspicion of assaulting and robbing a local Pasadena man. Wide receiver Nathaniel Degraffinreaidt, 20, was taken into custody and booked along with Pasadena resident Taije Glenn-Ackles, 25, on suspicion of armed robbery and assault, police said. According to Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, prosecutors intend to charge Degraffinreaidt but those charges have not yet been filed. Citing insufficient evidence, Santiago said that Glen-Ackles …