“I love to win and I hate to lose.” That is Earvin “Magic” Johnson Jr.’s attitude on life and all personal, athletic, and business ventures he pursues. Johnson, an NBA legend, a two-time Hall of Famer, part owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of the most powerful entrepreneurs in the world, and philanthropist, explained this outlook to a full house last Wednesday at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Southern California Public Radio hosted Girl Geek Dinners last Thursday to help professional women and female students come together for an evening discussion of how big data is used in politics and government.
Valentine’s Day is the day when couples and singles alike can express love and gratitude towards family, friends, and significant others. Therefore, it was only appropriate that Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon, one of the founding members of the world-renowned English rock band, the Beatles, hosted an art exhibition of Lennon’s artwork, “All You Need is Love.”
USC’s Pacific Asia Museum hosted its 5th Annual Lunar New Year’s festival last Saturday to celebrate the Year of the Sheep.
SoCal Museums and Metro partnered up to host the Museum Free-For-All last Saturday, an all-day event for the public to celebrate art and culture by visiting participating museums for free.
In a city that’s so entertainment-centric, it’s almost impossible to find a company that is willing to offer free services to students who are hopeful actors, directors, and filmmakers.
SoCal Museums and Metro has teamed up for the first time to provide a Museum Free-For-All this Saturday.
Pasadena City College has been recognized as being the top community college in California in producing the most students with Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT).
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Mick Ebeling held a book reading and discussion at Vroman’s Bookstore earlier this month to talk about his dedication to help others while staying creative.
With Obama’s new executive order concerning the status of undocumented immigrants, many concerns and questions have surfaced for undocumented students on campus.