Meet PCC’s Improv Club

By Ismael Monterroso June 8, 2019 0

If you are walking down the halls on the first floor of C-building and hear the sounds of wacky voices, screams and a barrage of laughter, do not be alarmed, those sounds belong to the…

PCC will lose Dean Futtner in the Fall

By Luisa Rubinstein June 8, 2019 0

Joseph Futtner has been dean at PCC since 2011, but he's been teaching here since July 1993. All these years, he’s been introducing new programs and enriching the college experience for many students. He will…

Tearful ceremony recognizes allyship on campus

By Michele Clarke June 5, 2019 0

A short but impactful ceremony, the 7th Annual Safe Zone Awards on May 21 left attendees dabbing their eyes. The ceremony, although assembled rather casually under the fluorescent lighting of the Circadian, played host to…

So long PCC and congrats to all the grads

By Kimberly Lopez June 5, 2019 0

The long awaited journey has finally come to an end. It’s the moment that most students have been waiting for. Graduation. Decorated with big number balloons that read 2019, and a banner outside the bookstore…

Defined by the Grind

By Adrian Leal May 29, 2019 0

Growing up with dyslexia, being bullied throughout his entire educational career, battling isolationism and low self esteem, Pasadena City College student Jacob Yanez turned to music for solace. Yanez found not only music, but also…

From a tough youth to infinite possibilities

By Luisa Rubinstein May 29, 2019 0

In spite of her challenging past in the middle of the poverty and the violence of South Central Los Angeles, Olympia LePoint is the first person to go to college in her family. Presently, she…