In a world where people share what they had for lunch on Tuesday, what they wore on Friday, and where they are now, why does it come as a surprise that someone is looking at this information?
Color Guard has come a long way since its military beginnings. What began as a stoic tradition of protecting the regimental colors of the flag is now an art form that allows participants to express themselves through their movements.
Have you ever wondered why it is that people love watching zombies get their heads bashed in? According to Dr. Tomo Hattori, Assistant professor of Asian American Studies at Cal State Northridge, it is because people are inherently racist.
There are plans to open up a 7-Eleven across the street from PCC, and while many are excited because of the convenience it would bring, what they don’t think about is the problems that come with it as well.
The sound of bass drums echoed in the distance as the pit section, Color Guard, and audience all waited for the arrival of the Marching Band. Then from the corner the of the R Building they arrived: horn section, drum line, and the wind instruments, looking like an army as they arranged themselves Tuesday afternoon.
After starting out lackadaisical against East Los Angeles College, the women’s soccer team picked up the its pace in the second half and thanks to the Lancer’s goalie Angie Ulmer and held on for a 1-1 tie.
After fundraising for more than a year, the Lancer Marching Band finally reached its goal of raising $119,000 to replace their 17-year-old uniforms.
It has been 38 years since a PCC student has been crowned Queen of the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Rose Princess and PCC student Sarah Hansen was hoping to break that dry spell last Thursday but unfortunately that was not the case. Instead the crown was placed on the head of 17-year-old Polytechnic student, Ana Marie Acosta.
Crime novelist and former Los Angeles Times reporter Denise Hamilton spoke to students about the writing process and read from her latest novel Damage Control last Thursday in the Creveling Lounge.
Best-selling author and former Los Angeles Times reporter Denise Hamilton will be reading from her latest novel “Damage Control” on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Creveling Lounge as part of PCC’s Writer in Residence program.