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Fashion donation stitches new creativity Freedom of expression through a pencil Activism celebrated on MLK Day
 

Fashion donation stitches new creativity

It was just the first week, but the fashion design students already had hands on deck. Eyes were fixated upon laptops with illustrations. Designs on paper filled tables, adorned with swatches of fabrics that students were constantly mixing and matching. … Continue reading →

Freedom of expression through a pencil

Protesters took to the streets of Paris and the Internet after the attack at the offices of the weekly satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo. Here on campus, design and jewelry instructor Kay Yee informed students and faculty by creating a small display in the Center for the Arts celebrating freedom of expression. Continue reading →

Activism celebrated on MLK Day

The All Saints Episcopal Church of Pasadena held an open space for expression to commemorate Martin Luther King Day Celebration on Saturday before a musical procession led to a picnic back on Euclid Street in memory of two activists. The … Continue reading →

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FA and District reach possible settlement

After years of tense negotiations, the District presented a contract to the Faculty Association during a closed session of the Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday that FA President Julie Kiotas said the union is poised to accept. Continue reading Read more

Standoff with armed suspect over, police say

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Veteran, student, biologist, and geneticist: in that order

Comus Hardman is an approachable and friendly person. He met his girlfriend while attending a PCC ballroom dance class. He studied biology with fervor. He has served in the U.S. Navy. His sights are set high with wanting to become … Continue reading Read more

Less than golden moment at the Globes

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Charlie’s right to blaspheme called into question

The latest issue of French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, shows the prophet Muhammad holding a sign that says “I am Charlie”. However, this gesture, which was supposed to be about the freedom of the press, has instead created an “us/them” mentality between Muslims and the supposedly open-minded West. Continue reading Read more

Men’s baketball defeats Trade Tech

Coming off a tough three-point loss to Mt. SAC last Friday, the PCC Men’s basketball team bounced back on the road when they traveled to Los Angeles Trade Tech and defeated a winless Beavers team. Continue reading Read more

Charlie Hebdo didn’t go too far

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McGee looks to end Lancers’ slump

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