It’s that time of the year again to cut the turkey, mash the potatoes, steam the corn, simmer the gravy, bake those sweet bread rolls and give thanks for it all. However, many employees will be missing out on precious family time now that franchises are opening stores for door-buster deals as early as the day before Black Friday.
After a good eight-year run the Xbox 360 is stepping down from the throne as Microsoft’s top gaming console to make way for the all-new Xbox One. The Xbox One has been released and is now taking over living rooms worldwide.
Pasadena City College has named Cedric Hill as the new men’s and women’s track and field coach.
The PlayStation 4 was released Thursday at midnight and gamers all over the world were ready and waiting to get there hands on the new technology.
Should a 7-Eleven convenience store be allowed to open across PCC or is the war on Slurpees acceptable?
It’s Homecoming week for Pasadena City College and Associated Students is hard at work to pump students up and spread school spirit around campus.
The library wants to add student videos to its collection to celebrate its 20th birthday. Last month, the Shatford Library celebrated its second decade in operation in the library’s rotunda, where cake and prizes were given away to those who attended. A display was made using materials from the archives showing the history of the building, how it was established and how it came to be.
Dr. Nate Lewis from California Institute of Technology kicked off National Chemistry week by giving a lecture on his latest research on artificial photosynthesis at the Harberson Hall.
PCC student in the running for Rose Queen. Sarah Hansen is one of seven rose princess finalist in the running to be the rose bowls, rose queen.
Starting the day off right with the most important meal of the day could be beneficial both physically and mentally.