Seven PCC students received honors at a statewide student film and video festival this month.
The Black Student Alliance hosted a night acknowledging liberation through education and culture as fashion, hip-hop, and Talib Kweli etched the message into the many minds at CEC on Saturday night.Kweli, renowned in hip-hop circles for his heedful and socially conscious rhymes put down the microphone usually reserved for spit swaddled mad flows and instead engaged the audience in a Q & A session.
The PCC Theater Department will be presenting “Bus Stop,” a drama-comedy popularized in 1956 through a film adaptation starring Marilyn Monroe.The play, about disparate lives that intersect at a roadside diner during a snowstorm, is directed by Whitney Rydbeck from a script by William Inge.
Silver-haired and much older than most college students, James Allred, 47, returned to school three years ago to finally pursue his dream of becoming a movie director.
Alejandro Naranjo is currently the student president of Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) at PCC and teacher assistant for the Performing and Communication Arts department.
A necessity for most students and faculty, the rising price of gas is impacting many in the PCC community.
The biggest threat to drivers can be seen any time of the day: many of them can never let go of their cell phones.
The Lancer football team will play in the newly founded Southern California Football Association’s (SCFA) National Northern Conference (NNC) next season.