History making sporting events like the World Cup or the Olympics do an amazing job at putting the spotlight on its host country for all the world to see. However, shining the spolitght on that country has a tendency to shed some light on that country’s problems. In the case of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the country’s current economic state has made many wonder if its right for a country with serious economic and social issues to host such a extravagant event?
May 14 A staff member reported her boyfriend stuffed her child in a locker on the SW side of the R building. Investigation concluded boyfriend used meth earlier in the day. May 19 Facilities employee broke hand by driving a cart and ramming hand against a rail. May 22 A camera loaned to a student in February was never turned in. May 27 A student reported a male peeking over a stall in the men’s restroom located in C building. May 29 A weed-eater and …
The 2014-2015 Associated Students Elections results are in….
The votes have been tallied and a Board has been chosen. Here is the 2014-2015 Associated Students Executive Board: Student Trustee Mashall Lewis President Jordyn Orozoco Vice President for Internal Affairs Alfonso Mares Vice President for Academic Affairs Brandon Arizmendi Vice President for Student Services Cindy Lucio Vice President for Business Affairs Emily Samvalian Vice President for Campus Activities Jonathan Reed Vice President for …
Associate Students 2014-2015 Candidates
Jordyn Orozco, Students for Progress …
AS Talks Accreditation and GM Building Climate
Following the disappointment in the change of speaker for the upcoming commencement ceremony, the Associated Students board shifted gears to discussing matters with accreditation and getting a better handle on how to deal with the concerns some students may have in regards to the GM building.
OP-ED: The DACA sees limitations to progress
When the Obama administration introduced the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) program in August 2012, it was meant to to be an important step toward achieving the overall goal of a more comprehensive immigration reform policy that would provide for a more permanent solution to the estimated 11 million immigrants and their children.
PCCPD seeks donations for those in need
The Pasadena Community College Police Department is asking the public to donate new or slightly used backpacks and school supplies for kids who don’t have the proper supplies needed for school.
Associated Students argue no student input in campus surveys
The Associated Students aired its concerns Wednesday about student workers being barred from participating in the Campus Climate Survey distributed by the administration.
Student life dean receives well deserved service award
If Hebba Griffiths had one wish, it would be to have a few extra hours in the day.
Center for the Arts goes for Gold
When the Center for the Arts officially opened in January, President Rocha stated that it would “transform the landscape of the PCC campus and ultimately transform the lives of our students.”