PCC is to significantly benefit from the passage of two statewide propositions from the Nov. 8 General Election ballot, propositions 51 and 55, by being able to rebuild the U Building and to retain teachers.
Over eight thousand people marched along the streets of downtown Los Angeles protesting Donald Trump on Nov. 12, according to NBC News. The peaceful demonstration marked the largest gathering in the City of Angels to date, as nationwide and daily protests erupted in the wake of Trump’s electoral win on election day.
Monday, Nov. 7 A facilities custodian reported hearing someone trying the door handles on the east side of the CEC building. An officer checked the area and the subject was gone upon arrival. A staff member requested a homeless man be removed at the IT building’s second floor restroom. The subject was described is a white male adult wearing a beanie. An officer advised him to leave and he complied. A vehicle struck a pedestrian at Lot 4, Level 2. The Pasadena Fire Department transported …
“Dare to be” was this year’s theme for the 7th annual LA County Women’s Leadership Conference held last Thursday at the Pasadena Civic Center. In its biggest turnout yet, over 900 attendees took part in a variety of notable speakers and networking opportunities. From Noelia Rodriguez, who currently works in government relations and formerly served as Laura Bush’s press secretary, to Surina Khan, CEO of the Women’s Foundation of California, essentially, each speaker “dared” attendees to do something.
PCC student smokers that missed the Great American Smokeout last week don’t have to wait another year before quitting.
Many veterans students on campus went from being part of a coherent group of people with one common goal—the military—to collegiate life where each student pursues his or her own individual objectives.
“A great man is a torch in the darkness, a beacon in superstition’s night, an inspiration and a prophecy.” – Robert Green Ingersoll Dear Mr. President, A week and a half ago our country went to the polls to vote for the person who will be our next commander in chief. As the election reached its denouement, I’ve now come to the realization that you now have only 64 days left in office.