Women’s water polo is treading rough waters after losing 11 straight games and falling to 0-8 in South Coast Conference.
In a game that saw Pasadena maintain a lead until the fourth quarter, Women’s water polo let a win slide through their fingers against Saddleback College Saturday, losing by just one point.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of midterm week, with sights such as students bolting across the Quad with a Scantron in hand, a small jazz trio eased the tension.
They’re plastered on classroom doors and walls, available in convenient pamphlet form and even blown up to draw attention.
The crowd was cheering, the water refused to remain still and with 13 seconds left on the clock the winning goal came in overtime.
The Associated Students filled its last vacant vice president position after starting off the school year with three unexpected vacancies, selecting a firebrand known for clashing with the administration for the final open seat.
A clear victor is emerging in the oversaturated home entertainment market in the form of on-demand Internet applications.
The women’s water polo team dropped their first two games against the Rio Hondo College Roadrunners and East Los Angeles College Huskies at the Aquatic Center on Sept. 18 in their season openers.
A tale of love, loss, society, class, wealth, morality, marriage, memory and the past. The Great Gatsby is about the collapse of the American dream in an era of prosperity and material excess, a theme that carries meaning in today’s world.
Languages from around the globe could be heard as students and faculty gathered in the Circadian on April 18 for a night of cultural interaction known as â€œCultural Encounters.â€