After winning doubles last year for the state championship, taking second for the single, and some concerns for the end-of-year fatigue experienced last season, badminton head coach Jennifer Ho plans to focus the team on endurance conditioning, as well as defense.
The quad was alive Tuesday afternoon as the Ujima program held their opening ceremony for Black History Month with the African group Kabasa Drummers and Dancers. The group shared the culture and variety of stories through dances and music.
Multiple departments funded an event that brought guest author and speaker Erin Gruwell to the Creveling Lounge on Wednesday night to gather dreamers and believers alike.
PCC welcomed a new class of eight inductees, along with the 1938 Pasadena Junior College football team, into the 2015-2016 sports Hall of Fame in the GM building on Sunday.
A cold Sunday night just before the new spring semester brought together a room of warmth at PCC. Students, faculty, and colleagues gathered to celebrate the life of Lancer Radio advisor and broadcasting instructor Scott Carter, a beloved father, friend, mentor and teacher.
For those of us who lived through the time when the media called it the “Gay Cancer,” who have lived through its terror, and who have been affected by the still present stigma associated with the disease, the existing ignorance on the prevention of the spread of HIV and AIDS, on the medical advances available, on the assistance that is available for those affected, and on the overwhelming numbers of worldwide infections, is still shocking.
Pro and amateur meet in a large nightclub-lit room spiced with Latin jazz music, partnered for ballroom dance as they glide effortlessly across smooth hardwood floors in practice.
Gossamer drapes tinged with blue, lavender and gold framed the bandstand center stage. The 2014 Ovation Awards circular sequined logo splashed on the screen above, while stage dressers, technicians and set crew performed that unique dance that is a show tech rehearsal.
Beer bribes, live punk rock, and host of colorful characters inspired the crowning of a new Queen for the occasional parade known to East Pasadena as the Doo Dah. Queen Veronika MeowMeowz, PCC alum Veronika Sorrow, has been crowned the 2015-2016 Queen for the 38th Occasional Doo Dah parade that takes place this Sunday. November 22, 2015.
Standing in a Gettysburg battlefield, you look up. It’s a clear day with a cerulean blue sky, bright clouds and a wide-open field. You look around and you are surrounded, the field lined with a five foot spiked perimeter fence and cannons at the ready. You reach out to touch the cold, black metal, but it’s not there. But you are.