Tucked away in a corner just off Colorado Street behind the Norton Simon Museum, sits the smaller, lesser popular Pasadena Museum of History. Even with the museum’s limited space, it still hosts exciting exhibits that relates to the city’s history, as recently demonstrated by the most recent one, “Dreaming the Universe: The Intersection of Science, Fiction, and Southern California.”
Lebron cements himself amongst the greats
Whether you like him or not, Lebron James is going to the NBA Finals for the eighth consecutive year. Only three other players in history have gone more times in a row than James, which is absolutely absurd.
After multiple championships, PCC sports on the rise
As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to a close, so does all of the sports that PCC competes in. This year was a one to be proud of if you were a Lancer athlete as six teams made the playoffs, and three brought back championships.
Gallery 30 South portrays that unpatriotic is the new patriotic
It is easy to miss Gallery 30 South when driving through Pasadena. What looks to be a tiny house is actually an art gallery that attracts locals to view contemporary art made by today’s visionaries like Chuck D and Diana Georgie.
Police Blotter: Student steals staff’s soda
Monday, May 14 A transient was showering in the GM-building men’s locker room and was escorted off campus. A student was receiving unwanted attention from a male student even when asked to stop. A female student’s laptop was stolen in the patio area of Lancer’s Pass after she left it unattended. There were reports of a male subject exposing himself to others in the men’s restroom in the C-building. An area check was conducted with negative results. There were reports of a male covering an …
Despite heartbreak, baseball etches itself into PCC history
Years from now when people look back on the 2018 baseball season for PCC, they will see a team that collapsed in the first round of the playoffs. What they will not see is a team that rallied to make the playoffs, even when the odds were against them.
Baseball’s historic collapse crushes championship chances
When Edward Manzo slapped a grounder into the shortstops glove, silence overwhelmed PCC’s dugout; they knew their season was over. That fate was sealed when Glendale shortstop, Grant Mona, threw to first for the final out, winning the three game postseason series. The Lancers entered the playoffs as the 12 seed, and were faced with taking on the fifth seeded Glendale Community College in the first round. The only other time PCC faced Glendale, they were only able to score one run in a 5-1 …
Badminton breezes through final tune-up before championship
The unstoppable force that is PCC Badminton team had no trouble sweeping a double header against East Los Angeles over spring break winning match one 21-0 and match two by a score 19-2.
Rose Bowl flea market is a wonderland of vendors
As the second Sunday of April rolled around, the Rose Bowl was once again transformed into one of the most recognizable flea markets in California. Usually an expensive venue to enter, the flea market offers over 2000 vendors to you just for $9.
Softball limps back into conference play
After boasting a 9-1 record over a 10 game stretch, PCC’s softball team entered a non-conference weekend series with a target on their backs. In attempts to prove that they deserve such a titanous record, they ended up at a mediocre 1-2 as they head back to playing meaningful games.