PCC’s award-winning Speech and Debate (Forensics) members’ second home is the basement level of the C building. The hallway holds a collage of old and new successful forensics members and a case crowded with trophies, and behind the doors are forensics members either laughing, crying, or advocating for social change.
Of the many hip cafes or chain stores where Pasadena locals buy coffee with their names spelled incorrectly on their cup, Home Brewed Bar stands apart from the shops with a “grab-and-go” camaraderie. With every drink made to order and staff members learning the name of every person who walks in, Home Brewed Bar strives to create a coffee community where customers find themselves at home in their intimate location in Old Town.
The cupboard in PCC’s newsroom is filled with books that bind every print edition from 1949 until 2016. The library archives hold newspapers from before the 50s, back when the Courier was called the Chronicle for Pasadena High School. However, for the first time in 102 years, and onward, there will no longer be a book or any physical archive that binds every print edition of each respective school year. PCC’s independent student voice, the Courier, will now be an online-only publication.
Third-year badminton head coach Jennifer Ho came into Friday’s home game anxious to face off against last year’s SCC doubles champions, ELAC, but the Lancers rang them into the new year with a 20-1 win.
The moment she found out she was a soon-to-be mom at only 13 years old, Roseanne Rivera was convinced by her mother that her life was over. She was an honors student and cheerleader at school who damaged her reputation by getting pregnant before even starting high school.
In order to relieve the ever-present struggle of hunger that many students face, PCC will soon be implementing a free food bank program known as Lancer Pantry for those in need.
Despite a stomach cramp and some vomiting, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams found success at the Southern California Championships last Friday.
Popular hobbies of students here include spending hours refreshing the PCC Book Sale Facebook page, moaning “I need this class,” upon every class registration season, and hunting for events on campus that include free food. These scenarios prove how college is a true test of money management. Voting ‘no’ on Prop 55 ultimately asks for these episodes to continue.
The early stages of being sexually active can feel like being thrown into the deep end. Determining an individual’s limitations to sexual activity among the wide variety of intercourses is one of the many challenges that individuals must face once becoming sexually active.
Monday, Oct. 18 A student reported that his backpack was stolen from the third floor of the library when left unattended. Witnesses advise that a man wearing a blue jersey and red pants left with the property. A hit and run collision occurred in Lot 5, Level 3B. A staff member reported a man in his 50s, who was wearing an earring, a blue shirt, and blue pants, asking for a bottle of water. He then laid down in a grassy area. A bicycle was …