Pasadena continued to plummet in week 10 of the season with losses to LA Trade Tech and El Camino-Compton, pushing their losing streak to seven games.
As the first division game is approaching for the women’s basketball team, the Lancers plan to stay in good spirits despite their uneven play so far. They are currently 11-9 overall and sit tied for No. 14 in the South Region rankings.
Ending the preseason with two losses against El Camino and Cerritos last week, Pasadena kicks off the season next week with an overall 4-14.
A cold Sunday night just before the new spring semester brought together a room of warmth at PCC. Students, faculty, and colleagues gathered to celebrate the life of Lancer Radio advisor and broadcasting instructor Scott Carter, a beloved father, friend, mentor and teacher.
The Southern California Football Association (SCFA) announced that PCC will be moved down from the National Division’s Northern League to the American League where the Lancers will join seven other colleges to make up the newly formed Metro League next fall.
Since 2012, The Pasadena Humane Society and Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has held the Lucky 13 black cat adoption on the 13th of every month. The event aims to increase adoptions of black or black spotted cats by discounting the cost of adoption and basic health services. The organization also hopes to dispel any myths or preconceptions about black cats, sometimes regarded as the “black cat syndrome”. “Black cats are the least likely to get adopted in shelters across the U.S.,” …
A new head coach has been hired for the Lancer track and field team to replace Armand Crespo, who was terminated last year following an alleged altercation with a student.
Pasadena City College is participating in Swarmathon, a robotics competition organized by the University of New Mexico and funded by the NASA Minority University Research and Education Program, in which students will create robots called “Swarmies” designed for planetary exploration.