Even being a legal citizen, throughout Jessica Huerta’s education she equally felt the challenges and insecurities of colored people. Despite the obstacles of language barriers and judgments, she remained eager to complete her path and successfully found resources to do so.
Men’s soccer scores higher than they have in 16yrs
Despite being knocked out of contention for the South Coast Conference playoffs, the Lancers played their highest scoring game in sixteen years against Imperial Valley on Thursday, beating them 7-0 and continuing their season.
Lancers break 4-game losing streak against Pierce
On Saturday, the Lancers burst back into their winning ways against LA Pierce with a big defensive game, beating the Brahma Bulls with a final score of 30-19. PCC managed to force a season-high 7 turnovers, four coming in the first half.
‘I Like Scary Movies’ is frighteningly good
In a building right in the heart of Los Angeles, scenes are displayed from some of the most iconic horror films of all time. I Like Scary Movies is an experience like no other and allows for those who enjoy taking selfies and posting them on social media to take that perfect horror selfie.
PCC police check potential claim of proselytizing crimes
Three days after issuing a safety bulletin, Campus Police published a correction on Oct. 24 after the department could not determine an imminent criminal threat to PCC students as a Christian sect, with years of previous online rumors of misdeeds elsewhere, proselytized at PCC.
How the writing center gave voice to an artist
The crisp February morning fog settled in as Baylie Raddon, an english major at Pasadena City College, began preparing for the long day ahead. Thirty miles stood between Pasadena and her house in Rancho Cucamonga. It should have been a forty minute commute but the 210 freeway was in a traffic jam, as expected. It was the beginning of the 2019 Spring semester and everyone was scrambling to find their place.
Chaffey Panthers slash the Lancers defense
The Chaffey College Panthers starched the Lancers defense on Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga, scoring 56 points and racking up 689 total yards on offense. The Panthers extended their state wide winning streak, now 14 games in a row, by handing the Lancers their second loss in a row to a nationally ranked opponent.
College inaction leads to club chaos and new advisor
Pasadena City College for Bernie (PCCFB), a student-run campus club without official affiliation to the Sanders campaign, has found an advisor halfway through the semester, after the previous advisor’s involvement was rejected by the Office of Student Life (OSL) citing her off-campus sabbatical.
Paltry voter participation passes faculty bylaws amendment
With fewer than 100 ballots cast, 91 percent of PCC faculty voters approved the latest amendment to the Academic Senate bylaws after a month-long voting period during which one tenured associate professor on sabbatical questioned not receiving a ballot.
DTLA Hive Gallery hosts Haunted Mansion inspired art
The Hive Gallery and studios in Downtown Los Angeles has transformed into a macabre art exhibit inspired by places like the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland. The Haunted 2: Welcome Foolish Mortals encompasses an illusory and anatomical ambiance that was designed by Pengu Labs. The exhibit features lurid works of paintings, sculptures and jewelry from various local artists.