The women’s volleyball team finished 9-5 in third-year coach Kari Post’s first season leading the team. Although this season has been an improvement over their 5-9 season last year, it is far from the potential they showed at the start of the season.
Grantland: Was ESPN right for closing down the site?
In the eyes of most sports fans who enjoyed reading Grantland’s type of journalism, ESPN’s decision to close the site was a disappointment to them. But there wasn’t a definite reason to explain the closing. Was it due to the firing of founder and editor-in-chief Bill Simmons or is it the start of the end for online longform sports journalism? ESPN isn’t about the quality of work the company puts their name on necessarily. ESPN’s official statement said, “…We have decided to direct our time and …
Searchlight Demonstrates Diverse Dancing
Barefoot dancers swiftly moved across the Sexson Auditorium stage last week, demonstrating the diverse capabilities of Pasadena City College’s School of Visual Media and Performing Arts Dance Department.
Women’s basketball were down but not out
The women’s basketball team traveled 189 miles north to the College of the Sequoias in Visalia and finished with two wins and two losses during the Tom Gilcrest Invitational over the weekend.
Cross country finishes with a subpar season
The Pasadena City College cross country team had a subpar season even due to head coach Armand Crespo being terminated before the South Coast Conference championships.
Predicting crime: the value of safety
The Los Angeles Police Department has become known for preventing crimes before they occur through controversial tactics, understandably taking advantage of technology and avoiding risk of potential incidents. There is no legitimate reason to neglect a resource that is capable of stopping people from breaking the law and causing harm to others.
Report faults Pasadena police in shooting of PCC student
A judge ordered the release of a report last month by the Office of Independent Review Group that examined the 2012 fatal shooting of former PCC student Kendrec McDade by Pasadena police officers and faulted the department for failing to conduct an internal affairs investigation. McDade, who was unarmed at the time of his death, was shot seven times by officers Jeffrey Newlin and Matthew Griffin while fleeing the scene of an alleged theft. A 911 caller falsely reported that the 19 year old had …
Started from the bottom, now she’s here
On any day of the week, the sounds of screeching metal and sparking fire emanate from a room full of machinery in the bottom floor of the IT building. Misty Henry, PCC alum and welding professor, can usually be found fusing and constructing metal with her hands.
Men’s soccer expect to improve next season with new coach
Head coach Edgar Manvelyan will resign as PCC men’s soccer head coach and his assistant coach Henry Cabral will take over. Manvelyan looks to continue with recruiting, scheduling, and fulfilling his duties as a coach during the offseason. He has four sophomores who will be moving on to the university level and he hopes to help them. Manvelyan said, “I will not have the time to fully commit.”