The carpet, carefully covered with black tarps, was the stage. The two rows of chairs, filled with curious library goers, was the audience. Every so often a powerful leap or spin brought the dancers so close that a rush of air could be felt as they moved passed. When the music ended, the five-member troop breathed heavily in exhaustion, but just for a moment—the audience always ended the performance with resounding applause.
Most of the Associated Student board have never stepped foot on the Rosemead campus of PCC, but that hasn’t’ stopped them from assuring students there that their needs and comments will be heard.
A costly 15-yard penalty proved to be the beginning of the end for PCC football against Moorpark College Saturday when the Lancers blew a first-half lead and wound up losing 52-26.
Jessica Garcia was so nervous Wednesday morning that she couldn’t decide what shoes to wear.
The Lancers volleyball team lost all three sets to Cerritos in their first South Coast Conference loss since the season started.
Despite a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Lancers were not able to pull ahead of No. 7 ranked Ventura College Saturday night in what marked the third conference loss for the PCC football team since the start of the season.
State ranked No.6 El Camino was leading the third set when a power outage at El Camino College caused the volleyball game to be postponed. At the time of the outage, No. 21 PCC was tied with ECC 1-1 in sets.
Going up against top universities and grad students from one of the most prestigious art schools in the nation was no easy feat for the students from PCC’s Design Technology Pathway program, but despite the odds, several students managed to win awards at the 10th annual Formula E competition hosted by the Art Center.
Playing without their starting quarterback following his arrest last month, the Lancers endured another winless night Saturday during a SCFA National Northern Conference game against Cerritos College.
Attendees of Saturday night’s football game were treated to an unusual halftime show usually performed by the Lancer marching band. Accompanying the band were high school band students from Marshall Fundamental Secondary School who performed two pieces with the Lancers before leaving the field.