The PCC track team at the Cal State LA Twilight Open, in Los Angeles, April 17, 2014.
The PCC Courier captures what happens in a 24-hour period of school life on April, 2014.
The dedication ceremony for the Center for the Arts building was on Thursday, January 23, 2014. While the building opened for classes in the fall of 2013, the official dedication ceremony took place in front of the new arts building Thursday evening, attended by local and state politicians, faculty, alumni and donors.
On Friday the men’s soccer team dominated El Camino College Compton Center with a final score of 5-2 at home in Robinson Stadium. But more importantly they finish 7thin Southern California, sending them to the first round of the playoffs.
The Lancers so dominated their last season game against El Camino College Compton Center that Pasadena’s goalkeeper, Angie Ulmer, only touched the ball once, in the second half, with her foot.
The City of Pasadena observed Veterans Day in a ceremony Monday at City Hall that highlighted not only the veterans and what they have done for this country, but also PCC’s status as one of the nation’s leading community colleges serving veterans.
With only two games left to play, everything counts, and the Lancers held out against a tough Mt. San Antonio College team to walk away with a 1-1 draw at home in Robinson Field on Friday.
It started out so well, with the Lancers controlling the first two sets, and it seemed like they would win the third and head home early.
The Lancers broke out of the starting gate against Long Beach Friday by pressuring up top in search of the goal they eventually found. Then they sat back and defended but unfortunately they could not preserve the shut out and the game ended in a 1-1 tie.