In order to relieve the ever-present struggle of hunger that many students face, PCC will soon be implementing a free food bank program known as Lancer Pantry for those in need.
Thursday morning started as always at Pasadena City College: the campus was filled with exhausted and half-asleep students walking to their classes or waiting for their next class, and some who were already heading home. All of a sudden the rhythmic and booming sound of drums filled the air and promptly caught everyone’s attention; the Lancer Marching Band had started their performance.
“Allow your breath to be heard. For yourself, but also for your neighbors around you. You may know the person sitting next to you, in front of you or behind you–you may not. The beauty is no matter what background you came from or what you do throughout your life, you all showed up today to practice focus and dedicating it to yourself.” Despite certified yoga instructor Casey Stroud’s motivational and uplifting introduction to the small yet seemingly enthusiastic yogis, all I could focus on …
The Lancers’ men’s basketball team opened the 2016-17 season with the annual Ventura “We Play Hard Tournament” and made it to the consolation game but came up one point short and lost to Orange Coast College (OCC) 79-78 in the final minutes.
Fifth place was ever so close.
It was a terrible loss for PCC in their last away game at ELAC, as they walked away from a 63-17 defeat, making that their fifth and final loss away from home. They got ran out of town by the Huskies and go into next week’s homecoming game 4-5. The game started out rough as the Lancers allowed East Los Angeles to score three touchdowns in less than seven minutes, giving them a huge lead of 42-0 as they entered halftime. The third quarter was …
Many across the nation, including PCC students and faculty, are in literal shock after numerous polling predictions failed and a stunning political upset caused Donald Trump to be elected 45th president of the United States, at the end of a grueling, contentious election cycle.
Joy, love, acceptance. All of these emotions were evoked Tuesday afternoon as the Queer Alliance club along with the Secular Student Alliance hosted a question and answer session with the multi-talented Deven Green.
Last Saturday, two PCC students walked into a concert hall full of people and sat down in front of a nine-foot-long piano to perform their first solo piano concerts.