Many students depend on the tunes streaming from their iPods as an aid in keeping them focused while studying.
Throughout the years, people worldwide have been able to take a glimpse at PCC through films, television shows, and award shows which have used the campus as a production location.
SHARE: By Brenda Renteria and Karla Sosa Staff writers A drag show, that included a colorful presentation about the history of drag culture by Associated Students President-elect Simon Fraser, was held in the Creveling Lounge on Friday. The drag show…
Fashionable jeans, dresses and suits lined the long blue velvet runway as students from Scholars Transitioning and Realizing Success, gathered for a group picture at the Rising Stars award gala on Saturday night in the Creveling lounge.
Comedian Brian Wetzel had the audience in stitches as he conveyed a message of hope about chronic depression, something he knows about first hand and spoke to PCC about on Monday in the Creveling…
Award-winning journalist and author Andrew Lam sang acapella as he read his essay "Singing in the Family" in one of the most memorable moments of the journalist's April 29 presentation at PCC.
Everywhere one looks on campus whether it's in the library, the hallways, or in the classroom before a class, students can be seen on the phone listening to music or playing the latest game apps.
The WiFi lounge has been a central hotspot where students are hard at work mashing away on their handhelds, keyboards, and controllers just to play friends or have a fun time.