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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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Media needs to do a better job at covering tragedies

Major media outlets are more likely to cover tragedies in first-world Western countries than in underdeveloped nations. This is no more evident in the coverage of last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris as opposed to the coverage of terrorist attacks … Continue reading Read more

Task force tackles workforce and economy growth

California Chancellor Brice W. Harris has announced the appointment of Pasadena City College Board of Trustees member Linda Wah and counselor Lynell R. Wiggins to a 24-person task force charged with helping to increase the economic competitiveness of California’s workforce. Read more

Trustee to run for mayor of Pasadena

Board of Trustees member William Thomson will run for mayor of Pasadena following Mayor Bill Bogaard’s announced retirement after serving the city for 16 years. Continue reading Read more

Women’s basketball lose second straight conference game

The stage was set for arguably one of the games of the conference season, with the No. 18 ranked Lancers hoping to cause an upset and also wanting to atone for a thrilling one-point overtime loss to East LA College in their previous conference match-up on January 10. Both teams showed in their intense pre-game huddles this wasn’t just another game. Continue reading Read more

President Obama proposes free community college tuition

President Obama proposed making two years of community college free for students in a video statement posted Thursday on the White House Facebook page that comes ahead of his pending State of the Union address scheduled for January 20. If … Continue reading Read more

PCC Feminist Club rethink what is safety to our society

There is no place to protect people from sexual assault, stalking and domestic violence if no one stands up. These controversial issues are nationwide and worldwide and have been for a long time. It is not easy to resolve the … Continue reading Read more

The U.S.-led airstrikes can protect innocent civilians in Syria and Iraq

The U.S.-led airstrikes began in Syria at the end of September, and it has been the one of the most controversial topics in the United States and the world. If no one takes any action, who will take responsibility of … Continue reading Read more

PCC website prepares to undergo new transformation

A team of professional web design technicians are preparing to give the PCC website a complete make-over to improve its look and functionality. Read more

St. Louis police union should get over it

St. Louis is making a serious bid at overtaking Las Vegas as the world capital of terrible ideas. Read more

Macro, micro and niche: creativity without profit

King Arthur looked on his loyal knights gathered around the round table. Each of them was ready to give their life for their king. He rose, and brought Excalibur down in the center of the table. The La Crosse stick … Continue reading Read more