Faculty artwork on display in Art Gallery

By Alumni Staff September 7, 2011 0

Large canvases, sculptures, and various other forms of art are gathered in the PCC Art Gallery for the annual Faculty Exhibit, which opened Sept. 7. Gallery Director, Brian Tucker has been busy preparing for "Core…

Five new counselors join staff

By Alumni Staff September 7, 2011 0

PCC's Psychological Services hosts a yearlong program that assists graduate students from other colleges in finishing their doctorate in different specialties of psychology. This year PCC has a new group of women counselors that have…

Four students from the Art 75 class displayed their collections at the PCC Art Gallery in the first two weeks in July. The first show was "Clay and Copper"; the second "Young and "Panoptès," that…

Alumnus forms theater to help future stars

By Alumni Staff July 20, 2011 0

Pasadena Weekly's "Best of Pasadena 2010" winner, Milestone Theatre Company, is where many PCC theater students flock to showcase their talent. Mike Alva, a former  PCC student, and his friends started Milestone in fall of…

Designers’ cars get ready to race

By Alumni Staff July 19, 2011 0

Rubber bands, wheels, dedication and seven student teams.  Put them all together and you have the beginning stages of The Element E (elastic) Challenge. The Element E  Challenge is a 13 week program at the…

Twins win coveted scholarship

By Alumni Staff July 19, 2011 0

Two students on campus will have teachers doing a double-take. Briana and Jamie Nakawatase are ideal students who happen to be twin sisters. They have made quite a name for themselves at PCC. As members…

Some prefer taking classes at night

By Alumni Staff July 19, 2011 0

Not everyone works on the same schedule. Some students prefer to further their education after the sun goes down, while some have to deal with other demands during the day. "There are a lot of…

Operatic performance brings Mozart to life

By Alumni Staff June 15, 2011 0

An operatic performance of "The Magic Flute" by Mozart was performed in June in PCC's Sexson Auditorium. It was directed by Anne Marie Ketchum. The story, told in two acts, tells the tale of two…

Percussion Ensemble performs flurry of tunes

By Alumni Staff June 15, 2011 0

Classic movies like Jaws or King Kong and cartoons like Looney Tunes or Animaniacs substituted words with music in a way that depended on carefully orchestrated music. The PCC Percussion Ensemble, directed by Charles "Tad"…