Quarantine has made plenty of people feel bored of the same home cooked meals and basic fast food deals. These five local gems will break that boring cycle, with an array of exciting dishes and ambiance that engages the interest of their customers, while following social distancing guidelines.
Monday, August 17 An officer responded to an elevator call. A person was stuck in an elevator in Lot 5 on the north side of campus. The officer requested the Pasadena Fire Department to assist with getting the man out of there. The subject was released from the elevator without further incidents. Tuesday, August 18 No activity was reported. Wednesday, August 19 An officer escorted two transients off campus from the Boone sculpture garden. Thursday, August 20 A pedestrian contacted an officer and reported that …
Updated: June 3, 2020 at 1:02 p.m. This is the final update of this page for spring semester. The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has now disrupted the lives of L.A. County residents in some manner or another—and increasingly at Pasadena City College. Through county closures, CDC guidelines and online class transitions, there’s news everywhere. Here at the Courier, our goal is to keep you updated on the latest developments for PCC and nearby affected areas. Check back here for the latest information on …
Despite the best efforts of Pasadena City College and its plans to handle the coronavirus situation, nothing could have prepared students for the sudden closure of the school despite past statements that said otherwise.
Despite Pasadena City College’s student run paper, the Courier, being the longest running publication, students and the Pasadena community hardly know of it and it has no official budget.
Time and time again, PCC boasts about our “impressive transfer practices” and high outcomes in student success, and while our consistency to remain an important, recognized community college is impressive, we must also recognize that there is a consistent lack of communication from the administration, specifically when it comes to profound changes on campus such as the implementation of AB 705.
Pasadena City College’s athletic teams are being put at a disadvantage by playing on outdated fields, some of which are not even at the school.
On this podcast, Sam and Alyssa talk to Reina Esparza and James Membreno about their upcoming edition of Spotlight Magazine. Have something you want us to talk about on the podcast? Want to appear as a guest or have your story told? Email us! email@example.com
UPDATE: 3/18/19: The PCC Colorado campus reopened for classes Monday. A rave alert was sent to students this morning notifying them of the news.
On this podcast, Sam and Grace talk to PCC students and podcasters Seanna and Sheyla about their new podcast, ‘Femme Up’ and about all things feminism. Listen to ‘Femme Up’: femmeup.podbean.com Follow ‘Femme Up’ on facebook, twitter and instagram: @femmeuppodcast Have something you want us to talk about on the podcast? Want to appear as a guest or have your story told? Email us!: firstname.lastname@example.org