Back to school while turning tables

By Anais Covarrubias March 13, 2019 0

After working a long day as a full-time store manager, Jose Robles takes his free time to practice his mixing skills. Robles loses himself in the music, finding the right songs to blend together, learning…

Ujima fosters culture, community and creativity

By Luisa Rubinstein March 6, 2019 0

People are gathered at tables, painting beautiful pictures of logos, nature and space. Doing art work together, with shiny, multicolored balloons floating around the room as the soundtrack of the movie “Black Panther” played in…

PCC artist plans to ride across the pond

By Evgeniya Zolotova February 27, 2019 0

Taming the frivolous wind and savoring the speed, Steven Houck and Elly love to get lost. They enjoy the motion, the sense of flying and freedom. Houck and his trustworthy friend Elly are rushing to…

Concussion sinks water polo’s season

By Juston Heavens November 21, 2018 0

Defending the goal for her team as she does every Wednesday, freshman goaltender Natalie Wassall was not planning on facing a serious head injury. As the women’s water polo team handles a forfeited season, she…

State of the students

By Jared Tadayon November 20, 2018 0

As clouds of smoke from Ventura’s Woolsey fire forms in the distance, Pasadena City College (PCC) student Tanner Petterson sits in a shady spot on the edge of the mirror pools and waits until her…

Sociology student with so much more to explore

By Isabella Lujan November 14, 2018 0

PCC student Christiana LeMasters’ life consisted of constantly reacclimating herself to a new environment . While growing up with a creative side and specific knack for dance, LeMasters also discovered that she has a strong…