Once the home of chewing gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. and his wife Ada, the 22-room Italian-Renaissance-style mansion is currently home to the Tournament of Roses.
The College Coordinating Council, a shared governance committee represented by various constituency groups college-wide, approved a motion to exempt themselves from the Brown Act, but open government advocates question the legality of the move as the council is a committee created by a legislative body.
The Lancers men’s basketball team ended the season with a blowout loss against Mount San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) and are looking forward to a new class of recruits next year.
Sharon Guskin’s captivating debut novel, “The Forgetting Time,” a story about a 4-year-old who remembers a past life, is provoking conversations about how much we really understand life after death.
The women’s basketball team got over the hump that was Rio Hondo’s late-game push and defeated the Roadrunners, 65-54, in coach Joe Peron’s 50th playoff win to move on to the next round of the SoCal Regional playoffs.
With March Madness just around the corner, the debate on whether or not college athletes should be paid is heating up. And while collegiate sports bring in large sums of money every year, college athletes should in no way receive a salary.
Despite the hot weather Saturday, the Pasadena community turned out for the 34th annual Black History Parade and Festival, which featured food trucks, music and PCC students and administrators.
As one of the oldest and longest parades for Black History Month in the U.S., the Black History Celebration Planning Committee wanted to honor past leaders of the community who continue to inspire a new generation of future leaders.
The women’s basketball team was unable to upset Mt. SAC after only making one basket in their 55-43 loss on Friday at Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium.
Several Academic Senate (AS) representatives were nominated for the 2016-2017 executive board this past week and the nominees said they plan to pursue the executive board positions together due to their shared values of solidarity and student and faculty success.
In honor of Black History Month, PCC’s Cross Cultural Center hosted a Poetry Night in the Wi-Fi Lounge last week. Three experienced spoken word poets performed personal pieces about the emotional subjects of being black, police brutality, and being an ally.