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‘F*ck Art’ presents erotica with humor Oscar winner and PCC alumnus disinvited to Spring Commencement ceremony Jewelry program offers opportunities to all
 

‘F*ck Art’ presents erotica with humor

From subtle and unassuming to salacious and lewd, erotic art is often regarded as awkward or abrasive. But in his new exhibition entitled “F*ck Art,” Tony Wong addresses the uncomfortable art form in a new way: with humor.

Oscar winner and PCC alumnus disinvited to Spring Commencement ceremony

After being placed atop a Board approved short list of potential commencement speakers earlier this semester, the college decided against selecting Oscar winning screenwriter and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black

Jewelry program offers opportunities to all

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.

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EXCLUSIVE: Spurned Oscar winner strikes back at alma mater

Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black responds to having his invitation rescinded as PCC's 2014 commencement speaker due to a 2009 sex "scandal." Continue reading Read more

UPDATE: Board to hold special meeting after commencement debacle

The Board of Trustees will have a special meeting on Saturday morning regarding anticipated litigation after Oscar winner and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black mentioned he may take legal action against the college for disinviting him to be this year’s commencement speaker. Continue reading Read more

District needs more time to respond to Black

The Pasadena Area City College District released a statement today stating that it needed more time before giving a full response about Oscar winner and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black’s allegation that he was “disinvited” to be the Spring Commencement speaker because of sexually explicit photos of him that surfaced years ago on the Internet. Continue reading Read more

DISTRICT RESPONDS: We need more time before further comment

The District responds to miscommunication regarding commencement, stating it needs more time to assemble the facts before further comment. Continue reading Read more

OP-ED: NCAA Treats Athletes Like Indentured Servants

Last week the University of Connecticut won the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship. However, the celebration was overshadowed by the news that Connecticut’s point guard, Shabazz Napier, made comments before the game about going to bed hungry some nights. Read more

OP-ED: The DACA sees limitations to progress

When the Obama administration introduced the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) program in August 2012, it was meant to to be an important step toward achieving the overall goal of a more comprehensive immigration reform policy that would provide … Continue reading Read more

PCCPD seeks donations for those in need

The Pasadena Community College Police Department is asking the public to donate new or slightly used backpacks and school supplies for kids who don’t have the proper supplies needed for school. Read more

Board addresses problematic commencement policy

After miscommunication issues arose about who has the final decision regarding who the commencement speaker will be, the Board of Trustees decided to take a closer look at its policy Wednesday night. Read more

EDITORIAL: The McCollege of Pasadena

Community colleges throughout the nation seem to be teaching their students on the cheap. And is it in the best interest of the student to be taught almost 60 percent of their community college education by part-time professors? Read more

Baseball drops tenth consecutive game despite very close losses

After a hard-fought series against El Camino-Compton Center the past week, Pasadena lost its tenth straight game on Tuesday by a score of 5-3 versus Irvine Valley College. The Lancers have lost their last three games by a combined four … Continue reading Read more

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