Communicating concepts by spoken word can be difficult when speaking in a second language. Now, think of doing just the same, only with no words at all. "It's just different when you're signing to someone,"…

A disabled PCC student/employee has been honored with an academic achievement award by the Pasadena Mayor's Committee for Employment of Persons with Disabilities.Evelyn Keolian has trouble with her hearing, but that doesn't limit her to…

In the mid-seventies shag carpet was all the rage. But to children like my mom and my aunt squash wasn't. My mother, Kimberly Staub, explains this concept:"Me and your aunt didn't like your grandmother's squash,…

WEEKEND: Jessica Perez

November 12, 2008 0

Twenty-year-old Jessica "Jess" Perez is a spirited sociology major who, after two years at PCC, is getting ready to transfer to UCLA in the spring, in hopes of someday becoming a social worker.Perez, a self-proclaimed…

Seemingly overnight, a new, bright-green sculpture by Yutaka Sone has sprouted on campus. Planted firmly in cement on the grassy bank between the U building and artist Jody Pinto's running stream, Sone's giant "Baby Banana…

A recommendation put forward last Thursday to help ease the $11.2 billion deficit California faces includes raising community college student fees. The recommendation comes from a nonpartisan group called the LAO (Legislative Analyst's Office) that…

As the city of Pasadena begins preparation for its 120th Rose Parade, PCC can boast of having a presence in the parade's royal court.Eighteen-year-old freshman Bridget McDonald has grown up in Pasadena anticipating the year…

Walking For a Cure

November 12, 2008 0

A never-ending stream of over 9,000 men, women and children started their 5K or 2.5K walk as the buzzer went off on Sunday morning's Walk for Hope to Cure Breast Cancer at the City of…