Monday, Nov. 21 An officer found two men attempting to break into the IT building. The subjects were contacted, and advised to leave, to which they complied. A fire alarm went off in the V building from an unknown cause. The alarm was reset. A hit and run was reported in Lot 5; an officer took a report. Tuesday, Nov. 22 A homeless person was found sleeping in the 3rd floor of the C building. They were advised to leave and they complied. A homeless …
In the wake of this year’s presidential election, immigration status is on the mind of many undocumented students here at PCC. Superintendent Vurdien, recognizing this apprehension, sent an email out to the PCC student body on Nov. 10 reaffirming the administration’s dedication to providing access to education to all of its students.
Nothing is more priceless to an American voter than the knowledge of the ordinances that they are choosing from during this voting season. PCC’s Board of Trustees recently voted on Wednesday, Oct. 19 to endorse two propositions on this year’s ballot that have the potential to either improve or diminish the education process here on campus.
On a pristine tuesday night on the steps of Pasadena’s Central Library, The San Gabriel Valley’s Inaugural National Coming Out Day celebration commenced in spectacular fashion.
Books protected by plastic and glass, pictures worth more than 1,000 words, and the men and women dedicated to cherishing them all met at the Antiquarian book fair held by the Bustamante Enterprises at the Pasadena Convention Center this weekend.
Espionage is a word most commonly associated with a ‘James Bond’ type hero risking life and limb for queen and country. Despite his heroic efforts Edward Snowden is being treated less like James Bond and more like Pussy Galore.
In a day and age when over-stated beauty and immaculacy are the standard, The Dark visions exhibit at The Norton Simon Museum wallows in the realm of the dark, desperate, and ugly.