They say “pick your battles”, but when the battle is picked for you and you can’t even tweet Trump up and ask “WTF?” since the dude blocked you on Twitter – we are left scratching our heads and bracing for World War III.
DNA on Stockley’s barrel still not enough to be locked up
St. Louis Judge Timothy Wilson’s not guilty ruling for former police officer Jason Stockley is truly appalling; the verdict should not come as a surprise to people, considering the history of police officers across the country being found not guilty of killing citizens, even when there is video evidence that there was little or no threat to the officers.
The win/win option that isn’t single payer or Obamacare
What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don’t know but the flag is a huge plus. This classic joke is not only funny it’s a huge statement that says more about their healthcare than ours.
Volleyball suffers consecutive losses
After losing at Ventura College Wednesday and dropping a home match against Long Beach City College on Friday, the Lancers have now dropped nine of their last eleven sets, including all of their last six.
New safe zone to open doors for marginalized students
On a white backdrop, is a yellow, circular looking wreath that surrounds the words “Pasadena City College”. A maroon ribbon beneath the wreath, says, “PCC Safe Zone Coalition”. This logo, printed on a square sticker, is posted on a thin, rectangular window that looks into the Academic Senate office on the second floor of the C building.
L’Oreal: Because you’re worth it (if you’re white)
We as a society have been through the abolition of slavery, the Industrial Revolution, the Women’s Rights, Civil Rights, LGBT movements and two massive World Wars that have changed the narrative of our world. Yet, as a country where we pride ourselves on our equality, democracy and human rights, we still have a major social issue with systemic racism and the media has had a big hand in perpetuating that.
Lavender and Honey: Experience gourmet in a closet
Standing next to maple glazed bacon doughnuts underneath a homey black chalkboard menu (complete with white-chalk cursive), I had no choice but to fall in love with Lavender and Honey, an espresso bar in Pasadena. But before lunch was over I knew we would never last.
Lancers comeback against Southwestern halts losing streak
After an 8-game losing streak, the Lancers finally earned a win by beating Southwestern College Saturday night at Robinson Stadium.
Mother Nature is pissed off
There’s a party in the USA and hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, and heat waves are all invited.
$70K grant grows STEM program
Following the Board of Trustees’ (BOT) decision to accept a grant awarded to Pasadena City College, the college was given an estimated $70,250 for 2017-2018 which will fund the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program, a STEM-driven group that focuses on disadvantaged students and their needs.