Drug related arrests are on the decline, while robberies and burglaries have become more frequent on PCC’s campus, according to the statistics documented in the recently released Clery Security Report.
Though the Lancers were ahead or within striking distance for most of the game, the wheels fell off in the later innings and PCC fell 10-3 to the Mt. SAC Mounties on Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Park.
Interim Superintendent-President Robert Miller will recommend Chad Crittenden as the 2015 commencement speaker to the Board of Trustees.
The abundance of committees within the Academic Senate, including a “Breakfast Committee” and a “Committee on Committees,” has caused frustration for some members due to the limited amount of time set aside for each committee to meet.
The Superintendent-Presidential search process hit a bit of a snag during Wednesday evening’s Board of Trustees’ meeting, as the board appeared to be on different pages in terms of the bylaws and timeline of the search process—both of which were agreed upon months ago.
As expected, the agreement between the PCC Faculty Association and the Pasadena Area Community College District was passed unanimously at Wednesday evening’s Board of Trustees’ meeting following the ratification of the document by 98 percent of the voting faculty.
The Lancers fought hard, but ran out of gas in the later innings against the Roadrunners of Rio Hondo, as they fell 9-4 on Saturday afternoon at Jackie Robinson Stadium.
Head coach Monica Tantlinger, in what will be her second full season as head coach, has her team off to an 8-0 start after a thrilling come from behind victory against defending state champion Citrus College on Wednesday afternoon.
The PCC Superintendent President Screening Committee met for the first time on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the upcoming tasks that must be completed in their ongoing search.
The Lancers rattled off five wins over the span of two days on their way to a first place finish in the Glendale Tournament this past weekend.