Students scoot past campuswide hoverboard ban

Hoverboards have been seen across PCC campus, but many students are unaware that they are prohibited on campus and can potentially catch fire. The self-balancing scooter, known as hoverboards to some, has gained massive popularity through 2015 and that popularity has carried over to 2016. Costing roughly around $300 to $600 depending on models, they have been coming off the shelves of many popular shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon. Those who ride them attract the attention and curiosity of others as they cruise …

Campus safety revealed in Clery report

With weekly mass shootings becoming the norm and sexual assault on campuses consistently in the news, students can take comfort knowing that there is at least some relative safety in attending Pasadena City College. Late last month PCC released its annual Clery Crime Report, which compiles statistics for specific crimes and arrests that happened on and around campus over the last three years. The report, which has been federally mandated since 1990 by the Jeanne Clery Act, includes offenses such burglary, assault, arson, and others …

Campus Safe, According to Report

Violent and drug crimes are on a steady decline on campus according to the Annual Campus Safety Report. The Annual Campus Safety Report is an annual recording of crimes and violations on or near college campuses, under the 1990 Clery Act. Colleges and universities are required to publish their Campus Safety Reports by Oct. 1 of each year, which details crime statistics for the previous three years in order to continue to participate in federal student aid programs. The law is named after Jeanne Clery, …