The Academic Senate unanimously voted to deliver a vote of no confidence to the Board of Trustees at its next meeting after the board selected Fullerton College’s Rajen Vurdien and not interim president Robert Miller as the next president at PCC.
Facilities services are introducing new water saving tactics to aid the college’s conservation efforts during Pasadena’s moratorium on water usage. According to Measure P Projects Director Jack Schulman, the simple method of reusing pool water for wash-downs would be a sustainable approach to water use. “Normally, when we wash down the pool decks and bleachers, we use the city water only,” said Schulman, who’s taken care of the college’s swimming pool for 16 years. “This is a waste as it is a single use process …
Saturday’s performance of “Southern Harmony: Music of the American experience,” put on by the piano ensemble class in the sold out Westerbeck Recital Hall deviated from those in the past because it didn’t feature any European composers and relied solely on those penned in the states.
Elected officials, police, clergy, prominent activists, and the Armenian community all turned out to attend the unveiling ceremony of the Armenian Genocide Memorial at Memorial Park in Pasadena earlier this month.
Organized by the Rotary Club of South Pasadena, the Fourth Annual Taste of South Pasadena, hosted last Wednesday, allowed participants to sample food from select restaurants and enjoy Garagiste Festival wines.
Even with their top four singles players missing in action, the women’s badminton team finished off the South Coast conference season in style by easily accounting for hosts El Camino College-Compton 21-0 on Wednesday and also claimed their third undefeated conference title in the process with a 12-0 SCC record.
When the staff members of Pasadena High School’s student newspaper were notified that the school was closing down its student store earlier this year, they were quick to take action.
When I first started writing for the student newspaper back in 2010, I was terrified of my editor, Barbara Beaser.
In addition to international war coverage, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and interviews with notable diplomats and world leaders for 35 years, PCC Distinguished Alum of 2010 David Rust has also garnered two Emmy Awards, been the subject of book interviews, and has had a CNN exhibit of his own personal collection and archive of memorabilia, artifacts and historical documents gathered during that time.
PCC track and field athletes competed at both the community college and university levels in the Mt. SAC Relays earlier this month.