The Bead and Design show made its way to the Pasadena Hilton this past weekend. The show consists of 300 artisan booths, galleries and workshops. Attendees were able to take workshops such as botanics in bronze, etching and advanced torch enameling.
Hoverboards have been seen across PCC campus, but many students are unaware that they are prohibited on campus and can potentially catch fire. The self-balancing scooter, known as hoverboards to some, has gained massive popularity through 2015 and that popularity has carried over to 2016. Costing roughly around $300 to $600 depending on models, they have been coming off the shelves of many popular shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon. Those who ride them attract the attention and curiosity of others as they cruise …
If students soon notice drones whizzing over their heads on campus, it is the result of the largest grant the PCC Foundation has awarded so far.
Last season was far from picture perfect for the Lancers baseball team as they finished with a 10-26 record in Pat McGee’s first year as head coach.
The PCC Jazz Guitar Ensemble didn’t fail to perform as the echoes of clapping filled the Westerbeck Recital Hall.
A monthly menstrual cycle is nearly inescapable for the average healthy woman who is not on specialized birth control or pregnant. Many women choose to use feminine hygiene products to keep themselves comfortable throughout this time.
With Canada’s recent abolishment on the taxing of feminine hygiene products, the pressure for the U.S. to follow its lead is quickly rising as women push for reform.