First-gen student sustained by PCC’s pantry

By Caitlin Hernandez September 12, 2019 0

Maneuvering freshman year of college is often a complicated time where students need information timely to the start of the semester, with their first source often being a family member. However, as Sarhay Medina learned,…

Defined by the Grind

By Adrian Leal May 29, 2019 0

Growing up with dyslexia, being bullied throughout his entire educational career, battling isolationism and low self esteem, Pasadena City College student Jacob Yanez turned to music for solace. Yanez found not only music, but also…

Triumphs and trombones at PCC

By Ryan Huynh April 4, 2019 0

As the army of musicians sit outside of the Center for the Arts practicing their instruments for their upcoming shows, there lies a long time veteran of the trombone, PCC, and the Army. (more…)

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…

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 interest…

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…