A petition demanding the immediate reinstatement of English instructor Mark McQueen was presented at the Faculty Association meeting on Nov. 14 after McQueen was placed on administrative leave during an investigation into allegations that he attacked a student.
The Quad is no stranger to various performances, but open praise to the Lord? That’s a new one.
An annual family festival geared towards the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender culture united the San Gabriel Valley community at large on Sept. 28 at Pasadena’s Memorial Park.
Haunted Hollywood Sports is hosting a haunt that will last for ten days with unique “killzones” that involve shooting zombies with Airsoft guns.
A malfunction in the LancerPoint registration system allowed students to enroll in classes without taking prerequisite courses at the beginning of the fall semester, forcing hundreds of students to be dropped from classes they never should have been allowed to take, officials said.
President Mark Rocha discussed the terms of the final contract offer to faculty union negotiators at a news conference in the Cap and Gown Room on Wednesday.
Light chatter illuminated the Sexson Auditorium as audience members sat in their seats, anticipating the raising of the red curtains. Upon the lighthearted entrance of the orchestra, the curtains were finally raised, and the audience was greeted by a slumbering teen donning a characteristic beehive hairdo. Lights, camera, Hairspray!
Much confusion and uncertainty surrounding the transferability of summer classes emerged at the Feb. 20 Associated Students Executive Board meeting.
Sass, spunk, passion and a whole lot of dedication â€” these words can only begin to scratch the surface of what it takes to be a cast member of the musical Hairspray. Unbeknownst to others, a core group of students has been hard at work in the Sexson Auditorium, singing, dancing and acting away in preparation for its opening on Feb. 22.