Hidden just about a block further down the street from the vastly popular Urth Caffé in Pasadena, the Art+Science Cafe is the perfect spot for anyone who shuns mainstream coffee chains.
Police Blotter: Lot 4 prone to car vandalism and damage
Monday, Feb. 20 Officers responded to a subject who was being disruptive north of the R-building.The subject complied when officers asked him to leave. Tuesday, Feb. 21 Campus Police responded to a report of a subject who was possibly casing vehicles in Lot 1. An area check was conducted but no results were found. A student reported their vehicle was vandalized while parked in Lot 11. A student suffered a seizure inside of SV-33. The fire department responded and transported the student to Huntington Memorial …
Audio Element bringing good vibes to local audiophiles
Hidden among that many shops in Old Town Pasadena, Audio Element brought together many audiophiles for a night full of fun conversation, cozy relaxation, and most importantly, the love-appreciation for records and turntables during their most recent Bring Your Own Vinyl night.
Lancer Pantry stocks shelves to squash food insecurity
The shelves abundant with canned and boxed food along with the colorful, fresh fruit table can make any student who walks into CC-211 feel like they’re grocery shopping on campus. The difference between this room and other grocery stores is that the grand total will always be $0.00. Welcome to the PCC’s Lancer Pantry.
‘Moana’ welcomes back PCC students
After battling for parking, fighting for classes, and sometimes struggling to stay awake, students at the Wi-Fi lounge found the first week of school isn’t all bad, as they enjoyed the Associated Students’ presentation of “Moana” during the “Welcome Week Movie Night.”
Softball dominates in cross-conference showdown
Pasadena softball is now 5-5 overall after rallying late in the fifth inning to beat Long Beach City College (LBCC) two runs to one at home on Wednesday and embarrassing El Camino College Compton Center (ECCC) fourteen runs to none on the road Friday.
Lancers’ badminton show up former doubles champions
Third-year badminton head coach Jennifer Ho came into Friday’s home game anxious to face off against last year’s SCC doubles champions, ELAC, but the Lancers rang them into the new year with a 20-1 win.
Police Blotter: Winter activity wrap-up
Monday, Dec. 26 A homeless woman was stuck inside the northwest elevator in Lot 5. The fire department responded and freed the woman from the elevator. Wednesday, Dec. 28 Facilities reported a homeless person in the women’s restroom on the fourth floor of the R building. The suspect was gone upon arrival. Officers responded to two homeless people in Lot 5, level 2. Both complied when officers asked them to leave. Thursday, Dec. 29 Officers responded again to the 2 homeless people from Lot 5. …
Marijuana and alcohol survey shows students what’s normal
If students using alcohol and marijuana want to know how much they are drinking and smoking comparing to their peers, they can either take the alcohol or marijuana online survey. The two 15-minute programs called eCHECKUP TO GO were developed by the San Diego State University Research Foundation. They ask students about their drinking and smoking habits and about their personal aspirations and objectives in their health, career, relationships and self-esteem. The feedback students receive allows them to take a look at the correlation between …