California state legislators have decided to hold back on funding PCC’s promised Proposition 51 bond, further delaying the replacement of the U-Building and stagnating the future of the natural sciences division.
*Mild spoilers ahead, you’ve been warned!!! (Don’t expect any “who died” in this review, you’re gonna have to figure that on your own). After numerous rumors and leaks inundated the internet for months, “Avengers: Endgame” finally satiated all wild theories in three painful yet wonderful hours, delivering wit, excitement and a lot of emotions. However, what makes this film excel isn’t its routine lineup of A-list actors, nor its witty banter, but the intimate moments between characters that ultimately leads to final resolutions.
The inside of Superintendent-President Erika Endrijonas’ office is adorned by all things USC. Throw pillows with the university logo emblazoned on them sit neatly on dark blue chairs while USC coasters are scattered on a large, round table in front of her desk. Maybe it’s a bit of an exaggeration to say her entire office is filled with USC memorabilia but the university does hold a special place in her heart – it’s where she earned her Master’s and Ph.D. in History. Though this tidbit …
On a chilly Friday morning, I walked towards a bright red building, kind of like Paul Smith’s “Pink Wall” in Melrose except this space belonged to Depop, a social market app where photographers, fashion designers and artists alike can sell their clothes or art while also building a community of artists. It’s sort of like the millennial version of Ebay. Inside, the space looked like a make your own thrift store with a hint of an Urban Outfitters aesthetic: unintentionally effortless. Shades of light blue …
Last year, on a chilly December morning, a line stretched out the TOMS Headquarters. Among the line stood young teens and adults waiting to check into the first ever Teen Vogue Summit and get their day started. Since then, Teen Vogue has held two more Summits, one of them happening this week on November 30th and December 1st. From workshop immersions, to guest speakers, to building connections with people from around the country, The Teen Vogue Summit is supporting young teens and adults of different …
In the corner of an office sits English professor Shane Underwood, the Critical Theory Club (CTC) adviser, hunched over his desk, trying to figure out how to connect his printer to his computer. While he was away on his sabbatical last year, a couple of things got rearranged – apparently his printer was one of them.
Among the Office of Student Life (OSL), lies the office of Associated Students (AS) where the AS board come to work on their projects, talk to students about issues on campus, or meet with Natalie Lau, former VP of Public Relations and current Strategic and Planning marketing intern. Though the title may sound intimidating, it is simply another way to say “Social Media” intern, the person behind publicizing events on campus.
Former Courier Editor-In-Chief, Amber Lipsey intends to file a lawsuit against the Pasadena Area Community College District (PACCD) following their failure to release records concerning sexual harassment complaints and/or assault against staff and faculty at Pasadena City College (PCC).
“13 Reasons Why”, adapted from the YA novel of the same name, stands on a platform that claims it is forging a conversation on topics that are often uncomfortable and difficult to navigate: sexual assault, bullying, mental health and suicide.
On a warm, busy day at Tea Spots – a small boba place located across campus where students frequently hang out – Eileen He comes in after a long morning at school. Her day is not even over yet.