Updated: 6:52 p.m. In an email sent to faculty and staff on Monday, Executive Director of Communications and Marketing Alex Boekelhide revealed that the demonstration set for tomorrow will not be taking place. “As always,…

When adjunct professor and curator Mahara Sinclaire learned that Artist-in-Residence Sant Khalsa would be having a solo show about the Santa Ana River, Sinclaire thought it would be great if PCC students could also contribute…

The nursing program is back after a one-year hiatus. Under the new direction of Carla Christensen, the program offers students a chance to hone their lab skills and intern at hospitals. “It was pretty much…

On Wednesday, Dec. 2, two alleged terrorists walked into a San Bernardino County building and opened fire on their coworkers. Suspects Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, a married couple, were later killed in a…

When the PCC chapter of the national organization Young American for Liberty came to the Inter-Club Council for chartering, which typically accepts clubs en masse and uncritically, ICC members had some questions for YAL’s president,…

“We just got five thousand dollars!” Elaine Cartas exclaimed. The entire room went into an uproar with cheers and all simultaneously shouted “Thank you Scott!” for the donor to hear over the phone. Scott Bell,…

The accrediting commission that placed Pasadena City College on probation this past summer is now being investigated for not complying with accrediting standards and is expected to revaluate their system for accrediting colleges. In early…