Blotter: Broken window and missing cadet cart

Share:   PCC Police Blotter from November 23 to November 29.    Monday, November 23 A cadet reported a suspicious broken window at the Community Education Center. The report was taken.  A report was taken of a man “acting suspicious” outside of the C Building. Officers checked the area but could not locate him.  A report of a man possibly inside the women’s restroom in the L Building. When people in the area were asked about this man, they said they did not see anyone. …

PCC’s dual-threat quarterback anxious to take the field again

Share: On November 16, 2019, PCC’s football team was on the precipice of securing its first winning season in 11 years, with coaches calling it the “finest finish by PCC football”. That night, the team played against Santa Barbara City College (SBCC). Within the first quarter, quarterback Edward Norton passed the ball 24 yards to wide receiver Jabari Kindle, scoring the first touchdown of the night. With only five minutes left in the third quarter, the team blocked the opposing team’s punt. PCC finished the …

A number of transients on campus and a couple breaking into a bungalow

Share: PCC Police Blotter from November 16 to November 22.    Monday, November 16 Nothing to report.    Tuesday, November 17 A transient was reported sleeping outside the E Building. An officer made contact and they were escorted off campus.  An employee reported a transient who seemed to be running circles around her near the D Building. Officers arrived and escorted him off campus. The staff member was okay.  Facilities employees reported a transient who might have been following a vehicle near the IT Building. …

PCC football prepares for first spring season with restrictions

Share: Pasadena City College is home to so many student-athletes that love playing and competing in the sport of their choice. Since most sports were canceled due to the dangers of the pandemic, students were prohibited to practice over the past semesters. However, The California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) has approved teams to resume their season in Jan. of 2021, by following the guidelines and rules they have released.  Follow:

California schools shouldn’t reopen at the risk of spiking COVID-19 cases

Share: While reopening schools may seem appealing to parents and students, cases are still rising all over the state and are predicted to worsen with the upcoming holiday season. Almost all Southern California counties have already announced that the Spring semester of 2021 will remain online, including PCC. As of right now, this is the best route California can take in order to contain the virus and decrease cases. Follow: