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Board chooses presidential seach firm Orchestra haunts Sexon Auditorium in Halloween concert Día del los Muertos honors many in the Playhouse District

Board chooses presidential seach firm

After four executive search firms made their presentations, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to select one to lead the hunt for a permanent superintendent Wednesday night.

Orchestra haunts Sexon Auditorium in Halloween concert

Audience members were treated to some spooky tunes at Saturday night’s Halloween themed orchestra concert in the Sexon Auditorium. Conducted by Michael Powers, the orchestra featured some costumed members such as a Minion from Despicable Me, a plague doctor, and … Continue reading →

Día del los Muertos honors many in the Playhouse District

Bright golden marigolds lined the sidewalks, stairways, art displays. Children gazed longingly at cupcakes, sugar skulls, and a giant skull cake that centered around the vast array of ornate and creative family altars and artwork displayed in the courtyard. And … Continue reading →

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Meat District Lets You Look & Get Hooked

The Meat District Company offers a unique dining experience where guests can witness fresh, natural meat being grinded and watch chefs prepare meals through an open kitchen.   The Australian-based restaurant, located on Raymond Street in Old Town Pasadena, is … Continue reading Read more

Historic mansion shapes young guides

A chorus of “Eww!” reverberated around the historic mansion. The voices belong to roughly two-dozen middle schoolers all crowded into a child’s bedroom that is filled with toys and furniture from over a century ago. Read more

Heartfelt performance depicts life of Emily Dickinson

Music and theater came together to illustrate the life of American poet Emily Dickinson in the Westerbeck Recital Hall on Sunday afternoon. Read more

Cancer survivor strives to help others through art

People wearing bio-hazard radiation suits walked into the room carrying a container. The lid opened with a ksssssssssh as it released the freeze-dried smoke. From out of the container they pulled a black pill and handed it to the girl … Continue reading Read more

Blue Skies and Death

Originally, drones were a great idea. It provided the military with a convenient solution to both the safety of their pilots and their financial overhead. However, that convenience has its costs. Their rampant use has led to rampant civilian deaths, … Continue reading Read more

Men’s soccer on a three game losing streak

The men’s soccer team played another game full of missed opportunities Tuesday, losing their third consecutive match 1-0 to Long Beach City College at Robinson Stadium Continue reading Read more

Women’s soccer remain winless on the road

The PCC women’s soccer team took to the road on Tuesday evening to Long Beach City College, looking for their first road win of the season. However, those plans will remain on hold, as the Lancers dropped their match to … Continue reading Read more

Upcoming events

Thursday, October 23: University Rep. Visit, CSU Los Angeles: 8:00 a.m. in L110 University Rep. Visit, Brandman University: 10:00 a.m. at the Quad University Rep. Visit, National University: 11:30 a.m. at the Quad Budget and Resource Allocation Committee Meeting: 2:30 … Continue reading Read more

School participates in California ShakeOut

PCC students, staff and faculty at the Community Education Center joined more than 10 million people statewide in the Great California ShakeOut Earthquake Drill. Read more

Why voting is meaningless, but you should do it anyway

Given last year’s poor election turnout, the Los Angeles Ethics Commission has begun considering the idea of using cash prizes to increase voter participation. While people are definitely motivated by money, it still won’t solve the apathy people feel towards … Continue reading Read more