Tommy Nguyen, a structural welding major, wasn’t excited or nervous for the SkillsUSA California conference that took place at the Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC) last weekend.
Lancers football team to join new Metro League for 2016 season
The Southern California Football Association (SCFA) announced that PCC will be moved down from the National Division’s Northern League to the American League where the Lancers will join seven other colleges to make up the newly formed Metro League next fall.
New head coach gets Lancers back on track
A new head coach has been hired for the Lancer track and field team to replace Armand Crespo, who was terminated last year following an alleged altercation with a student.
Water crisis spurs student contest
When adjunct professor and curator Mahara Sinclaire learned that Artist-in-Residence Sant Khalsa would be having a solo show about the Santa Ana River, Sinclaire thought it would be great if PCC students could also contribute in a project to address the water situation in California. Thus the “Water Issues: A Group Show of 3 Parts” was created.
Nursing program returns after year long hiatus
The nursing program is back after a one-year hiatus. Under the new direction of Carla Christensen, the program offers students a chance to hone their lab skills and intern at hospitals.
Brass Bash delights with comical errors and questionable musicians
Ever wonder what it would be like if Katie Perry, Abraham Lincoln and President Obama played together in a brass ensemble? Well, the Brass Bash at the Westerbeck Recital Hall last week Thursday was the place to be for music lovers looking for something a little bit different.
Colleges team up to deliver Jazz Choir performance
For the first time, students from Santa Monica College and Pasadena City College got together at the Westerbeck Recital Hall to perform several musical pieces.
Local outreach programs offer food, shelter to the homeless
During the winter season Pasadena gets cold at night, especially for those without a home. Several local outreach programs offer emergency shelters and other services for those looking for a place to sleep and eat.
College students in danger of losing fee waiver if unable to meet academic standards
Fall 2016 is still a long ways off, but PCC has already sent out notices to students on academic probation to remind them about the new education code that will strip them of their financial aid if they don’t meet minimum academic standards.
Football season ends with Bakersfield loss 51-7
The Lancers ended their 2015 football season at Bakersfield College Memorial Stadium finishing with a 2-8, 0-6 overall score.