Men’s basketball coach Mike Swanegan has been coaching basketball for 30 years and is looking to achieve a monumental 200 career victories with the next Lancer basketball win.
PCC’s central location provides for bountiful opportunities for students to shop at various local thrift store locations where they can save money and give back.
Based on some concerning facts and studies, financial aid is no longer about helping students pay for college, but rather a strategy used to attract students they want, admit the students they need and encourage others to stay away.
Carmina Ortiz may only be 18 but she is dominating the local sports world, playing both badminton and volleyball as she excels for the Lancers while harboring aspirations to become a special education teacher.
With Pasadena being so close to the mountains, the adventurous among us should take advantage of all the opportunities that nature affords. Pasadena provides the perfect climate for year-round hiking and with several mountain ranges within close proximity, there’s always a new hiking trail to explore. Dr. Dave Douglass, associate vice president of strategic planning and innovation and a professor of geology, described hiking as “an underappreciated way to become fit that can be enjoyed by all ages.” Douglass has been hiking since he was …
PCC offers a series of jewelry and metal fabrication classes that allow students to express their creative side through various projects, all due in part to Kay Yee, a 32-year veteran of the program.
The Lancers badminton team was seeking revenge against East Los Angeles College (ELAC) Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium but ultimately fell short, losing 15-6.
Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience for many students because not only do they have the opportunity to travel to another country, but because they learn to appreciate a new culture while completing general education classes.
The PCC concert band and percussion ensemble hosted a fantastic evening of music last week that included a collection of diverse pieces meant to appeal to any audience.
“The purpose of the show is to discuss every inch of this planet,” Vinan said. “No stones will be left unturned, I want people to be entertained and expect a good time.”