From using paper and paint to pieces of old wood or old junk, with just the right amount of creativity and imagination anything can be turned into an amazing work of art for many people to enjoy.
About 25 PCC contemporary dancers filled the stage of the Sexson auditorium last Monday evening, as co-artistic Directors, Robbie Shaw and Cheryl Banks-Smith looked on.
The moment she found out she was a soon-to-be mom at only 13 years old, Roseanne Rivera was convinced by her mother that her life was over. She was an honors student and cheerleader at school who damaged her reputation by getting pregnant before even starting high school.
To the left, posters on slavery and racism. To the right, students discussing time traveling concepts. Everywhere one looked at the quad of the PCC campus, students engaged in various discussions brought on by hundreds of first-year Pathways students.
On Aug. 21, 1911, the “Mona Lisa” disappeared. The Italian painting vanished on a Monday morning between 7 and 7:30 a.m. when the Louvre, the Parisian museum where Leonardo Da Vinci’s art piece was being kept, was closed to the public. Only 12 people were at the museum that day, mainly maintenance staff and curators, plus the thief.
In a world where people can often struggle with branding themselves and standing out in unconventional ways, the owners of intuitive clothing company “Mishka,” strive to do exactly this: by telling their own stories through fashion.
Paseo Colorado was flooded with people all afternoon Saturday when Eventrockit brought a culturally diverse food market to town. The plaza was filled with booths from various chefs and foods from all different ethnic backgrounds as well retail booths sellings clothes and snacks.
In the wake of this year’s presidential election, immigration status is on the mind of many undocumented students here at PCC. Superintendent Vurdien, recognizing this apprehension, sent an email out to the PCC student body on Nov. 10 reaffirming the administration’s dedication to providing access to education to all of its students.
Monday, Nov. 14 Contact was made with a female homeless person sleeping in the sculpture garden who was escorted off campus A diabetic woman at the Community Education Center (CEC) was feeling faint. She was transported to Huntington Memorial Hospital for further treatment. A report was taken for a theft that occurred in the ‘W’ building’s women’s locker room. A disorderly person was removed from the ‘C’ building. There were reports of a persona asking for money in Lot 5, Level 4. An area check …