What do you get when you take pundits like Ann Coulter, Sarah Palin, Sally Kohn and James Carville and put them in a room together for two days? The answer is not quite what one might think.
New full-time hires call PCC home
At the end of the spring semester, the Board of Trustees hired a new batch of full-time faculty members, deans, and counselors. In addition, changes in the learning model from ‘schools’ to ‘divisions’ have immediately taken effect. There are close to 60 faculty members that currently hold positions with the school, including five deans, seven counselors, and three executives – all holding permanent positions. Some of these hires started last month, while others had their first day on July 1, 2016. There were deans that held …
Tentative budget cause for campus concern
The Board of Trustees has adopted a new tentative budget for the 2016-2017 academic year, and although the over $159 million in appropriations is in line with last year’s historically high budget, the details may foreshadow future fiscal frustrations.
Pastry chef opens cafe to satisfy Pasadena’s sweet tooth
Since its grand opening nearly four weeks ago, Pasadena’s newest cafe Moyo has the potential to become one of the city’s several renowned sweet spots. The cakery/cafe is slowly but surely building a glowing reputation with its additive and preservative-free delicacies, as well as its peacefully picturesque atmosphere.
Free film festival coming to Pasadena
Looking for some local family fun this summer? The Old Pasadena Management District and One Colorado are presenting the Old Pasadena Summer Cinema Festival. Beginning Friday, July 8th through Saturday, July 30th, 5 locations throughout Old Pasadena will be screening free movies for the public to enjoy.
Why Sanders Berned Out
There are 125 days until the general election and while each major party has chosen their nominee, there is a small faction that refuses to give up the ghost for failed primary challenger Bernie Sanders. Sanders’ campaign, or as I like to call it, “The Little Revolution That Wasn’t,” was a textbook guide for what not to do when running for the nomination of the Democratic Party.
Badminton: From tears to triumph in State Championships
PCC women’s badminton team lost the 2016 California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Team Championship to Fresno City College (FCC) on May 12, despite cruising through the South Coast Conference (SCC) all season. However, Pasadena’s Rebecca Tzou placed first in the 2016 CCCAA State Individual Championship on May 13-14.
Nightmarket transforms Santa Anita Park
Santa Anita Park was once again transformed into the largest Asian-themed night market in the country as the 626 Nightmarket celebrated its 5 year anniversary. Dozens of live performers, a vast array of asian culinary selections, and crowds as far as the eye could see were among the festivities as the 626 Nightmarket raged into the late hours of the night this past weekend.
Perpetuating The Californian Nanny State
Gov. Jerry Brown apparently knows what’s best for the helpless people of California, signing into law a plethora of new legislation that will further add to the growing “Nanny State” that already exists in California.