Underneath a small tarp by the mirror pools at Pasadena City College, indigenous students were able to see a reflection of themselves in a community that is often hard to find, during the “Native American Day” event. The sound of traditional hand drums and songs set a serious, profound tone as visitors of all backgrounds were captured with attention.
“Hustlers” rustled up a strong premiere this past weekend, earning $33.2 million, but despite the film being a great way to spend a couple of hours watching an all-female cast imitate Robin Hood, it lacks the depth and cohesion found in its comparable predecessor, “Ocean’s 8.” While “Hustlers” breaks open the dark underbelly of corporate men during the recession of 2008, it offers shallow fun and character chemistry issues. So, why watch it?
Maneuvering freshman year of college is often a complicated time where students need information timely to the start of the semester, with their first source often being a family member. However, as Sarhay Medina learned, being the first in the family to attend college came with another set of challenges.
Kaldi Coffee & Tea is an eclectic coffee house in Pasadena that offers not only appetizing food and drinks, but a lively sense of culture when you enter the doors.