Reports of homeless people living on campus have students asking how to deal with them.
The celebration of the Chinese culture burst with bright colors and music to a captivated audience in direct contrast to the dreary weather at the Galloway Plaza on Oct. 25.
A line formed and a crowd gathered at the PCC Art Gallery on Oct 14 for Art Night Pasadena. One by one, the attendees entered the gallery which was quickly filling up.
As part of PCC’s “First-Year Pathways” program, Luis J. Rodriguez spoke about his past struggles with drug addiction and violence, and the struggles many young people are currently having with these same issues on Oct. 14.
The issue of “realignment” was the center of attention at the Faculty Association meeting on Oct. 20, with many voicing heated opposition to it.
Serious concerns about the plan to realign the college’s 12 teaching divisions were aired at the Academic Senate meeting on Oct. 24.
Social networks have turned a 27-year-old into a billionaire and allow celebrities and fans to interact with 140 characters, but some students say they can be beneficial for school when they’re not distracting.
Hidden behind the veil of effortless showmanship put on by PCC’s Theater Department lie the unsung heroes of the stage crew. These are the unacknowledged workers who make the magic of performances seem effortless and real.
The Lancers’ basketball team started off the season with a “Night of Madness” on Oct. 3.
The Lancers beat Rio Hondo 10-6 in a South Coast Conference game hosted at the Aquatic Center on Oct. 19.