Chief of Police Steve Matchan joined CourierCast to talk active shooters on campus, the gun debate on campus and how to report crime on campus. Chief Matchan also talks about the plans for the campus police department going forward, including monthly workshops for students. https://soundcloud.com/user-639540959/couriercast-pcc-chief-of
CourierCast: Change of leadership in the newsroom
After serving a year as the Courier’s editor-in-chief, John Orona is stepping down and moving on from Pasadena City College. He joined the CourierCast to talk about his time with the Courier as well as his thoughts on the transition from print to digital. We’re also joined by new editor-in-chief, Amber Lipsey, who served as the Courier’s managing editor this past semester. https://soundcloud.com/user-639540959/couriercast-change-of
CourierCast: Student candidate slates
The Courier’s Christian Rivas talks to candidates in the two slates running for Associated Students’ elections: Lancers for Liberty and United Students for Equity. Check out both before you cast your vote! For more info on the student elections, check out our breakdown. Voting starts May 24.
CourierCast: Print media dies at community colleges
Christian Rivas and John Orona of the Courier sat down with the editorial staff at Mt. SAC to talk the state of student journalism on junior college campuses, as well as the importance of having a progressive staff advisor. Where do you stand on the debate? What are some pros and cons of going completely digital? Let us know in the comments below or send us a Tweet @PCCCourier. Courier Cast is a student-run podcast brought to you by The Courier at Pasadena City College, …
PCC women’s basketball falls short in regional semifinals
Pasadena’s women’s basketball team came up short in an overtime loss in the second round of the CCCAA SoCal Regionals to East Los Angeles College (ELAC) 70-64 on Saturday.
Lancers close out the preseason with a win
After losing four of their last five games, the Lancers ended their preseason with a home win over Victor Valley College on Tuesday.
PCC women’s basketball 2016-17 season preview
After losing in the first round of playoffs last season, the Lancers’ women’s basketball team are starting with a clean slate coming into this season. The preseason has taken its course and Lancers are now 11-2 overall, setting them up for what should be a successful season of Lancers basketball.
Men’s soccer Cinderella story axed by Oxnard
After upsetting some of the finest competition in Southern California, the Lancers’ men’s soccer team finally fell to Oxnard on Saturday, 4-1, ending their three-round playoff run.
Lancers lose big in road finale
It was a terrible loss for PCC in their last away game at ELAC, as they walked away from a 63-17 defeat, making that their fifth and final loss away from home. They got ran out of town by the Huskies and go into next week’s homecoming game 4-5. The game started out rough as the Lancers allowed East Los Angeles to score three touchdowns in less than seven minutes, giving them a huge lead of 42-0 as they entered halftime. The third quarter was …
Badminton: From tears to triumph in State Championships
PCC women’s badminton team lost the 2016 California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Team Championship to Fresno City College (FCC) on May 12, despite cruising through the South Coast Conference (SCC) all season. However, Pasadena’s Rebecca Tzou placed first in the 2016 CCCAA State Individual Championship on May 13-14.