Students throng to welcome Clinton to Pasadena

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

PCC students were among the hundreds who waited for hours to meet former President Bill Clinton on Tuesday.The line stretched all around the block at Vroman's Bookstore on Colorado Boulevard. People came from far and…

PCC asked to help fight gang violence

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

After many incidents of gang violence this year in Pasadena, PCC has been asked to join an 11-member City Committee to address the issue.As a part of the solution, the college is now working on…

City may raise speed limits near campus

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

The Pasadena City Council considered a proposal to revise the speed limits on certain streets in the city, some near PCC.The proposal was referred to transportation officials on Sept. 10, and will return at the…

Fire alarm forces evacuation of gym

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

A fire alarm that triggered at about 2:10 p.m. Monday forced the evacuation of the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium sending crowds of students and staff out into the Alumni Commons."It was a false activation, someone pulled the…

Traffic can be avoided with alternate routes

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Although many students prefer to drive through the beautiful residential areas that encompass Pasadena, the recent increase in PCC's enrollment has caused traffic in some of these areas.With over 20,000 students commuting to and from…

Hearing set for 4 in killing of PCC student

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

The suspected killers of a PCC student, Joseph Molina of Whittier, will be back in L.A. Superior Court on Sept. 27 to be arraigned. Molina was 22-years-old when he was shot in the head during…

AS plans lobbying trip to Washington, D.C.

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Some think going to Washington D.C. to represent the voice of PCC students, meet with state representatives and lobby for certain bills to pass or fail would be a thrill.The Associated Student Lobby Committee does…

Art prof seeks to break world land speed record

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Roland Percey, art professor at PCC, does more than just grade papers during the weekend. He aspires to break the world land speed record.The record he is attempting to break is the C Gas Modified…