Musician plays to an empty house

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

If people were judged by how many friends they have on Myspace, Shaun Cromwell, from Detroit, MI., is not a very popular guy.Rather than simply memorizing his music, Cromwell plays in an improvised fashion. His…

Blast into the past at History Museum

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

Walking into the 'Prosperous Pasadena' exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of History, one is taken back to a time when ice cream was 10 cents a scoop, and a dollar and a half would get…

A film that is, literally, ‘Wild’

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

There is that moment for everyone when getting out of the everyday routine and escaping the rules of conformity to experience that greater purpose of life becomes a longing. For 22-year-old Christopher McCandless, the adventure…

Gadgets keep getting smaller

By Alumni Staff September 19, 2007 0

It seems that television shows are always two steps ahead of science and scientists when it comes to cutting edge technology, but we have finally caught up to one of the infamous inventions: nanotechnology.Nanotechnology, a…

Professor pedals bicycle coast-to-coast

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Picture this: You are riding a bicycle from the West coast to the East coast, and all you do is just keep on pedaling. Exciting, huh? Natural sciences associate professor Kerin Thompson Huber has proved…

Low cost food for the low budget student

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

College students everywhere are finding that expenses for gas, books and even tuition are burning a hole through their pockets. Those on campus until mid-afternoon find themselves easily burning that hole further with the cost…

Rare clothes, gems can be found at thrift stores

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Need a costume for Halloween, or a new wardrobe for school? Usually, a person can find what they need for killer prices at their local charity thrift stores.For those who are inexperienced thrift store shoppers,…

Art prof seeks to break world land speed record

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

Roland Percey, art professor at PCC, does more than just grade papers during the weekend. He aspires to break the world land speed record.The record he is attempting to break is the C Gas Modified…

‘Shakespeare’ a delight to behold

By Alumni Staff September 12, 2007 0

The "Shakespeare in the Park" event began last weekend at the Levitt Pavilion in Memorial Park in downtown Pasadena.This is the third year the Crown City Theatre Company has performed free events. It's work was…