The board of trustees voted March 11, 2019, to deny tenure and terminate psychology instructor Dr. Jennifer Koontz, effective in June, after four years at PCC.
Spotted in the Plaza near the library, sat 21-year-old Latino Lancer student, known as Benjamin Pasillas or Ben with the long brown hair. He was happy to share a little bit about himself.
Associated Students promoted Mental Health Awareness week at Pasadena City College from Tuesday through Thursday, with activities including informative self-care workshops, peer talks and suicide prevention training. This October, a former student committed suicide on campus. The death sparked a healthy conversation on mental health and has prompted the college to publicize the mental health services offered for students. “It is important to bring awareness to mental health with the recent suicide,” said Associated Students Vice President of Public Relations Natalie Lau. “We think it’s …
Out of all the shops located on Lake Avenue, Alexandria II differs from the others by its mysteriousness and uniqueness.
Philip Zimbardo stands tall to the tune of “Change your Evil Ways” by Carlos Santana, wearing his signature Superman shirt that has a “Z” on it for Zimbardo instead of the iconic “S.” After a few minutes of singing and showing off his impressive dance moves he stops the song and asks the crowd, “So what does make good people go bad?”
College creates stress for students in many ways from day to day. It could be one day finding parking is tougher and the next an essay is due. Maybe midterms are approaching and there doesn’t seem to be enough time to study for all of one’s classes.
Michelle Ireland-Galman, psychology and sociology instructor, sits at her desk reminiscing on her experience when she was a student at PCC when the campus for vastly different than it is today.