The Pasadena Museum of History is currently hosting two companion exhibits–Pasadena Pursuit and Mystery History–that focus on engaging the community in Pasadena’s storied past by posing questions and revealing answers to attendees in an interactive trivia game format.
The Lancers came back from a 5-game losing streak, winning a mercy-rule victory over Pierce College on Friday at Pasadena’s Robinson Park.
Despite discord among committee members, student groups and faculty over the proposed reinstatement of winter intersession—culminating in the Associated Students formally agreeing to support winter and voting to censure English professor Roger Marheine—the Calendar Committee will submit an academic calendar including a winter term to the College Council.
The Associated Students of Pasadena City College are hosting a Mayoral Candidate Forum focusing on issues affecting the student body including the possibility of expanding education and work-study opportunities, parking infrastructure and transportation.
All six Mayoral candidates vying to fill Mayor Bill Bogaard’s seat following his announcement that he will not be seeking reelection answered questions from the community Thursday evening on how to deal with escalating violent crime in northwest Pasadena, how to bring jobs and businesses back to the city while keeping its historical character and how to make City Hall more transparent and communicative with the public.