A packed audience came out to Café 322 in Sierra Madre on Dec. 3 to enjoy familiar standards by PCC’s Studio Jazz Singers.
The ivory keys were paired with a variety of instruments at Friday’s Piano Accompanying Recital at Harbeson Hall, but the most impressive one was the human voice of student Yasmin Biggs
Walking through the Piazza, observers can witness chefs walking through a white door labeled “dishwashing.” Inside lie multiple cooking stations and a classroom for the culinary arts class. With her black chef’s hat and wardrobe, former PCC student, Chef Jacqueline Smith, now instructor of culinary arts uses her knowledge not only to teach baking and catering, but also life lessons.
With a flaming moustache and goatee tattooed onto his face, Christopher Munch undoubtedly looks like a force to be reckoned with, but beneath the tough exterior lies the compassionate soul of a man seeking a greater purpose.
DirecTV is now officially up and running inside the Piazza for everyone’s viewing pleasure.
On the first unquestionably cold day of the winter season, Harbeson Hall was filled to the capacity for the free “Piano Ensembles Concert” held on Saturday evening.
The performing arts and communications division presented “The Apple Tree” in the Little Theater. The musical showcased students singing, acting, and dancing.
The PCC dance department presented three dances on Friday and Saturday, one of which had never been performed for a live audience.
Repeated rescheduling of a former PCC student’s murder trial has left the gruesome death of a young girl unsolved for over two years.
A crowd gathered at the northeast corner of campus Tuesday evening with picket signs to express their opinions on proposals for health care reform.