Among the many wars that America has been involved in over the years, the war on drugs has perhaps had the largest and most negative effect on civilian lives to date. Rather than protecting people from the dangers of life-threatening drugs, the continuation of criminalizing virtually harmless recreational drugs has only increased incarceration rates and ruined the lives of casual, nonviolent users.
After a meeting with Superintendent-President Dr. Rajen Vurdien at the beginning of this month, the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán club (MEChA) is making its way to becoming the creators of PCC’s first ever Chicano Studies program.
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.
You constantly fight about the smallest things. You feel suffocated and controlled, but you can’t get out. You are blamed for everything. You feel like you can never get a word in. These are just a few examples of the warning signs of an unhealthy relationship that PCC’s Psychological Services is here to help students with.
Urban wall photographer and long-time resident Bill Wishner welcomed the people of Pasadena to experience his newest art gallery “The Art of the City Wall,” featuring photographs of unique wall art from all over the world, on Thursday night at the Curatorial Assistance Exhibit.
After years of speculation and debate, the decriminalization of sex work may soon become a reality for over 40 million sex workers around the world.
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.