Jessica Pierce was standing on the southeast corner of the campus quad last week asking passersby to race her in a very singular kind of competition.
Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” is the last of the pirates movies, but certainly the best one since the original. Set 9 years after the events of the last movie, we see many familiar faces reprise their roles from the previous films such as Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush. Newcomers Javier Bardem is the vengeful ghost Salazar, Brenton Thwaites as Henry Turner and Kaya Scodelario as Carina Smyth.
Ever since the 2016 presidential election campaign it seems like people have started ignoring the notion of personal privacy. Offensive letters that were recently sent to L.A. voters is just one more step toward the nation’s complete disregard of confidentiality.
With all of the news coming out of the White House on an almost-hourly basis, it’s almost too easy to miss the few crucial pieces of news that will hold the most impact on everyday life.
Transferring schools as an athlete isn’t the easiest thing to do. It is hard to jump from one program to another and become a top player or to keep your confidence high enough to do well. In this case, it is different. Andres Kim a sophomore baseball transfer who came to PCC has became a prominent athlete who has succeeded and will continue to succeed.
Monday, May 15 A walking was heard on the second floor of the GM-Building. Campus police responded to the call and found nothing. A man was reported to be panhandling in Lot 4. Campus Police conducted a search and the panhandler was no longer there. A faculty member reported a man allegedly casing vehicles in the student parking lot but Campus Police found no one when they arrived. A homeless man near the Campus Police lobby was reportedly challenging students to a fight. The man …
The success of a two-sport athlete at the collegiate level is becoming increasingly scarce, especially with two physically demanding sports such as baseball and football, but to Jesse Hanckel it’s a way to stand out, and not only gives him an advantage on the playing field, but an edge in the eyes of scouts as well.
Anthony Iatropoulos is 24 years old and served in the United States Navy for three years as a corpsmen in the Koreas and Japan. He is an applied mathematics major. When he was honorably discharged, he took on a new direction in his life through a path paved by Pasadena City College.
After a long wait, the fans of the “Alien” franchise can finally sigh with relief, since the new sequel “Alien: Covenant” came out this Thursday. Whether or not you are into the Sci-Fi Horror genre, this film is definitely something that is worth watching, at least once.
Tucked away in a lone cement courtyard near the foothills of Altadena, string lights lazily hang in front of Bulgarini Gelato. A few tables, with tiles and carved sunflowers on their surfaces sit in the shade just outside the windows, but upon opening the door, it was an entirely different vibe. Something straight out of an Italian travel book.