The progress to get work done on the Armen Sarafian Hall (also known as the U building) has been dealt a number of blows in recent weeks. The full support of the project from the government has been derailed, and the school is hoping that the state will change its mind before the May Revise when the governor’s proposed budget from January gets an update before it is signed into law by the end of June.
PCC held its annual time waster of an earthquake drill Thursday as it participated in the statewide “Shake Out” drill.
The movement of an earthquake can devastate places within a couple of seconds. It is a sudden motion that occurs when one least expects it, and although no earthquakes in California has been nearly as destructive as the “Great Quake” of 1906 in San Francisco, one can never underestimate the importance of being ready.
Pasadena City College joined the 10.4 million Californians who participated in the Shake Out earthquake drill event on Thursday that simulates the proper response to a devastating quake.
PCC students, staff and faculty at the Community Education Center joined more than 10 million people statewide in the Great California ShakeOut Earthquake Drill.
Whether it’s for the attention or to cope with the situation, the use of social media during an event like an earthquake something used by students and professionals to learn about an earthquake.
“Drop, cover and hold on.”
This is the drill that will be practiced on campus and worldwide on Oct.17 at 10:17 a.m. as a part of the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills.