Jacob Ahumada is a music major who enjoys reading Haruki Murakami, Aldous Huxley, and is studying German to read Nietzsche in its original form. He loves playing Bach and was reading The Brothers Karamazov under…

I once sat in my grandfather’s office, sinking into the tanned-leather cushion, my naked feet dangling inches above crème-and-sugar carpeting. My blonde hair up in a ponytail resembling a whale spout, I used my fingers…

With March Madness just around the corner, the debate on whether or not college athletes should be paid is heating up. And while collegiate sports bring in large sums of money every year, college athletes…

Freedom of speech is a constitutional right that is increasingly being threatened on college campuses nationwide. Once viewed as open forums, colleges are no longer safe platforms for students to engage in discussions and debates…

Finding your pathway

January 29, 2015 0

It’s a paradox. A majority of students attend Pasadena City College to get out of it. Unfortunately, many students do not escape quickly enough as it is not uncommon to spend three years or more…