The Courier interviews PCC jazz musicians and presents their musical talents.
Video: Eat, live and dye nettles the plant
The Courier was invited to Arroyo Seco Park in Pasadena by Berbo Studios and Kitchen Sink LA to learn about Nettles, an herbaceous, stinging herb that we were able to taste and use for tie dying silk scarfs
Video: With the U.S. debt ceiling, can we raise the roof forever?
As the debate over the U.S. debt ceiling heats up and the GOP keeps mounting pressure on the administration, we asked PCC economics instructor Dr. Rebecca Johannsen to help us make sense of it all. “The U.S. has a pattern of having more spending than what they are bringing in in income every single year whether there is a recession or not, so it’s called deficit spending,” says Johannsen. Deficit spending, she explains, forces the government to borrow money to cover their expenses in …
On The Spot: Do PCC students still watch cartoon/anime?
On The Spot interviews PCC students to find out if they still watch cartoons/anime, and find out their thoughts on American style adult cartoons.
On The Spot: Lebron James breaks NBA all time scoring record
On The Spot asks PCC students what their opinion on Lebron James breaking the NBA all time scoring record, and if he is greatest of all time.
On The Spot: Do Students use an umbrella when it rains?
On The Spot asks PCC students if they use an umbrella and how the rain affects their day at school.
Kizh Nation argues it’s origins in San Gabriel Valley
Jessica Martinez, Courier photographer, interviews a Kizh Nation leader and PCC students about the origins of the tribe and its history within the San Gabriel Valley.
On The Spot: Lot 3 is it safe?
The “On The Spot” team asks students if they feel safe entering and exiting Lot 3.
School spirits: Get cultured in PCC’s new wine tasting class
HOSP 005 is the fundamentals of enology, sensory evaluation and beverage appreciation where students get to taste and critique alcoholic wines, beers, and spirits. Hosted by certified sommelier, professor Mark Keene, Ph.D, whose worked for the Disneyland Resort including Club 33, California Adventure’s The Vineyard Room, and many more. Class is held Mondays and Wednesday at 10:30 AM in room V-213, and still open for new students.
On The Spot: Do Lancers love the Dodgers, or are there haters out there?
On The Spot presents: Dodgers baseball fans at Pasadena City College.