It was late Wednesday afternoon in early May at the Office of Student Life, where outgoing Student Trustee and political science major Nune Garipian was wrapping up work. She was about to head out to not only finish homework, but to pay her enrollment fee to register for the University of Southern California.
Associated Students Meeting: May 31, 2017
Final ICC meeting is this Friday, as well as the banquet New probation procedures for AS before impeachment is being outlined Campus clean-up June 1 in Lot 5, led by the Sustainability committee Drag Show is on June 2 Social Science Award Ceremony on Thursday at 6pm The last day for the 2016-2017 AS Executive Board is June 30 Nune Garipian’s last BOT meeting as Student Trustee is June 7, and AS is encouraged to attend Grad Fest is Thursday, June 1 at the CC …
Lancers’ Lives: Passionate percussionist sticks to his dreams
Raul Rivera is a second-year music major with an emphasis in jazz performance. He started drumming about five years ago, and has not turned back since. Though he has yet to decide on where to transfer to for his Bachelor of Arts in music, Rivera is sure he wants to spend the rest of his life jamming with his drumsticks.
Blind debater delivers despite self doubt
As Speech and Debate director Cindy Phu and head coaches Allan Axibal-Cordero and Jay Arntson were breaking down the syllabus, explaining events, and outlining upcoming tournaments on the first day of class, student Laura Davila listened nervously while already deciding when to drop. Her plan of escape was interrupted once introductory icebreakers started and she was required to introduce herself.
Police Blotter: Stubborn suspect in W building arrested
Monday, April 24 A hit and run occurred on of Level 4 of Lot 5 parking structure. Five people were reported smoking marijuana in the mirror pool area. Officer Robins investigated the report but no one was found. Tuesday, April 25 The Pasadena Fire Department responded to a call of a person that was conscious, but unresponsive at South Hill Avenue and Cordova Street. A theft of a student’s tablet was reported in the D building. Two people were reported arguing and disturbing the peace …
Students demand sanctuary label despite Board’s resolution
The Students for a Democratic Society protested on the quad Monday morning as they felt the campus administration didn’t take a political stance regarding undocumented students.
Badminton thrives three times against ELAC
As if two times weren’t enough, Lancers’ badminton proved themselves triumphant as they beat ELAC in their third conference game against each other with a 20-1 victory.
Korean shaved ice cafe sinks sweet standards
Pasadena’s food scene continues to expand its diversity with Milkie and Snowie, the first dessert shop to introduce the city to Korean shaved ice: bingsoo. Since its opening back in November 2016, Milkie and Snowie managed to surpass other Pasadena cafes that have been around for years on Yelp, and is currently the #1 Dessert Place in Pasadena.
Associated Students Meeting: April 12, 2017
From the Director of PCC Rosemead, Raquel Torres-Retana: Last year PCC Rosemead held a meeting at this campus During the fall semester, about 5,000 students were enrolled About 3,000 students take one to three classes 25% students come to Rosemead only Raquel gives a special thanks to new leadership members Victoria and Chris at Rosemead Executive Board Reports: VP for Public Relations, Sam Salamon: Drop the Mic Coffee Night April 13th at 7 pm VP for Campus Activities Norman Lambert: Star Wars: Rogue One April …
Suspect sought in campus rape
Authorities are searching for an unidentified male suspect who allegedly raped a male student on PCC’s campus this past Tuesday.