PCC students can now stop struggling to organize their school schedule with the help of Schedule Planner, a brand new program implemented in a student’s Lancerpoint personal page, starting from registration time for Winter and Spring 2017.
Blotter: Missing student’s case taken over by Inglewood Police
Monday, Oct 24 A homeless person sleeping in the doorway on the Green Street side of the Child Development Center was escorted off the campus. A man in his 40s was reported aggressively panhandling, grabbed at the reporter and exchanged words in Lot 4, level 2. He was heading eastbound on Del Mar Boulevard and was gone on officer’s arrival. A student’s purse was stolen while it was left unattended on the track at the stadium. $600 worth of fertilizer that had been missing since …
Annual earthquake drill shakes up PCC
Over 1,000 PCC students and faculty were gathered around the iconic mirror pools and open parking lots as sirens and alarms blared during a campus-wide evacuation and lockdown in anticipation of the Great California ShakeOut last Thursday.
Sofar secret show showcases Sebastian Kole
Music lovers of Pasadena were entertained with an intimate event put on by Sofar Sounds this past Thursday at One Colorado, with a set that consisted of three artists kept secret from the audience until that very night.
Mass deportation will lead to massive catastrophe
Children wailing for their parents in social services offices, families being pushed out of their homes and shoved into buses by police authorities, immigration offices and courtrooms flooded with people and desperation. This is what America would look like if Trump’s promise to deport its 11 million undocumented immigrants is kept with his election as president.
Pastry chef opens cafe to satisfy Pasadena’s sweet tooth
Since its grand opening nearly four weeks ago, Pasadena’s newest cafe Moyo has the potential to become one of the city’s several renowned sweet spots. The cakery/cafe is slowly but surely building a glowing reputation with its additive and preservative-free delicacies, as well as its peacefully picturesque atmosphere.
‘The Rape Show’: raising awareness until no really means no
Being a young woman in college, my personal awareness of the imminent possibility of sexual assault was certainly heightened after witnessing the awe-inspiring intensity that is “The Rape Show.” The reality of it was nearly too much to bear as I quickly walked across the dimly lit campus of PCC to my car, clutching my key in my hand and hoping that any sinister figures lurking in the shadows would stay away. Though its purpose was not to scare its audience, the show did create …
Coach Barber and her race to Rio
Though she is not currently a Lancer, assistant track and field coach Miki Barber is yet another success story to bolster the reputation of PCC as she trains for her spot on the U.S. Olympic team for this summer’s Rio Olympics.
PCC student, veteran, father determined to make the world a better place
After ten years of serving this country as a U.S. army 1-28 infantryman, PCC student Tomas Domingo has yet to stop doing everything in his power to help those in need. While working towards his degree in political science, he is also busy hashing out a plan to create a cost-free school for the children in his hometown in Guatemala, where families are stricken with poverty and the line between education and financial burden is non-existent.
PCC’s track star hopes to race to finish line with flying colors
In just his first year as part of PCC’s track team, sophomore Stewart McKenzie is leading the way to victory as the team’s star performer and inspiration. He is admired by those who know him for his gentle, lamb-like personality off the track, and for his lion-like ferocity on the track.