Upward Bound, a pre-college program helping students develop the skills and motivation needed to be successful in college and beyond, just received a $330,000 grant for scholarships and college support, according to Heba Griffiths, Interim Associate Dean of Student Life & Upward Bound Director.
School organizations celebrated the Chinese Lantern Festival and promoted Pasadena City College’s study abroad program to China in Galloway Plaza on Thursday.
Despite a game high 28 points from sophomore forward Taj Spencer, the Lancers were unable to overcome an early first half deficit against Mt. SAC
Friends, family and neighbors grieved Tuesday at a memorial site of 19-year-old PCC nursing student Irais Acosta, who was fatally shot inside a Pasadena home over the weekend.
February 5th Someone stole a laptop from inside the women’s restroom at Science Village. The victim left her laptop on top of the paper towel dispenser while she utilized the facilities. When she exited the stall, her laptop was gone. February 6th A Chevy Silverado struck a parked car and then fled the scene. Video from the parking structure showed the suspect exit his vehicle to inspect the damage, then reenter his vehicle and drive away. The video also captured the suspect’s license plate. Utilizing …
Dance is a form of expression that could be traced back to the dawn of time.
I was harassed by a man,” Delgado said of her experience on the train. “He was singing a Drake song and touching women,”
Latinos are projected to become the largest “single racial/ethnic group” in the state of California by March of this year, according to California Governor Jerry Brown’s new state budget.
The Internet has been a part of our every day lives for decades now, and every day there are more things online to consume at faster speeds.