Old Town Pasadena has always been known by its historical buildings and the way it encompasses the enchanting atmosphere of the city. However, there is one establishment that stands out among the others by its architectural beauty and mystery. The Castle Green is a separate world in the heart of Old Town where time has come to a standstill. Passing by this place, it’s hard to guess whether it’s a hotel, an apartment complex or just an ancient building with historical value. After taking an …
From using paper and paint to pieces of old wood or old junk, with just the right amount of creativity and imagination anything can be turned into an amazing work of art for many people to enjoy.
The last two weeks of the semester are a nightmare for any student. Students have different ways of coping with stress, but PCC strives to help by providing psychological services where students can learn how to deal with their stress or talk about what they are struggling with.
Ceramics and Sculpture Art Director Keiko Fukazawa paves the way for students to be inspired and immersed in the art of molding clay into their own forms of expression, whether it’s as simple as teapots and plates or as abstract and meaningful as symbolic sculptures.
After losing in the first round of playoffs last season, the Lancers’ women’s basketball team are starting with a clean slate coming into this season. The preseason has taken its course and Lancers are now 11-2 overall, setting them up for what should be a successful season of Lancers basketball.
Former PCC General Counsel Gail Cooper officially retired effective Aug. 17 after a five-year tenure which saw the school entangled in numerous legal scandals her hire was meant to prevent.
For freshman running back James Shaw, getting from his hometown of South Central LA to Pasadena was a big leap.
After a long semester of analyzation and deliberation, it has been decided that the Metro U-PASS will return to PCC for its finale in the upcoming Spring semester.
Monday, Nov. 28 An instructor reported a student having difficulty breathing and losing consciousness due to becoming upset over someone touching his gloves. He was then treated by psychological services. A staff member reported a homeless man in the GM building, who was later found trying to sleep in the CA building. Tuesday, Nov. 19 A student reported a non-injury traffic collision in Lot 4, level 3D. A man was sitting near the IT Building welding shop drinking a beer and was asked to leave. …
Monday, Nov. 21 An officer found two men attempting to break into the IT building. The subjects were contacted, and advised to leave, to which they complied. A fire alarm went off in the V building from an unknown cause. The alarm was reset. A hit and run was reported in Lot 5; an officer took a report. Tuesday, Nov. 22 A homeless person was found sleeping in the 3rd floor of the C building. They were advised to leave and they complied. A homeless …