Dia de los muertos: It’s not Latinx Halloween

By Michelle Arias November 8, 2018 0

The smell of incense filled the quad as the Aztec dance group, Yankuititl performed in traditional indigenous garb honoring Dia de los Muertos. Colorful feathers extended from their headbands and bounced as they danced. Calavera…

From thrift store to something much more

By Aric Pun October 30, 2018 0

PCC’s campus was crowded, with students scattered all around going in different directions. Through what seemed like a never ending amount of people emerged a young woman wearing an oversized bright red hoodie. 20-year-old Angel…

Photo student focuses her lens on Hollywood celebs

By Johny Keuylian October 10, 2018 0

Sitting in the quad, a young lady looked through the content on her camera, observed her surroundings and stumbled upon a very unique shot that caught the attention of many students around campus. Students wondered…

Taking the next step at University Day

By Courier Staff October 4, 2018 0

Transferring from a community college to a four year university can be scary and terrifying. Not knowing what schools to apply to, what requirements must be met in order to apply to certain schools and…

Eating good in the PCC neighborhood

By Juston Heavens October 10, 2018 0

“I eat the french toast. In the past I’ve eaten a regular burger and a salmon burger; also the Philly cheesesteak sandwich. Those are the usual dishes,” said radio major Daniel Vaquera-Galvan. “If I don’t…

Social awareness showcased at PCC club week

By Juston Heavens September 30, 2018 0

As a student of Pasadena City College, there are 70 different clubs that one could join in order to be involved in the college community. Amongst many other organizations, those clubs tackling social issues had…