2017’s “Fuck Yeah Fest” proved to be the biggest and brightest yet, extending from its traditional 2-day festival to a 3-day extravaganza.
Vurdien resigns as president
PCC’s Superintendent-President Rajen Vurdien formally announced his resignation in an email dated Friday, July 28. Vurdien will stay on as president for the next academic year.
Keep the volume up for Bennington
Chester Bennington was the voice of a generation lost between 9/11 and the Recession — with power ballads of pain and personal growth through adversity, he showed that survival through trauma was possible.
Don’t count McGregor out
So the fight of the century is officially set; Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor in a boxing match on August 26th. The old school boxing heads feel threatened by this flamboyant, Gucci wearing, Rolls Royce driving Irishman, and are trying to shame McGregor. But it’s not going to work.
From PCC to Yale: Student Trustee prevails
It was late Wednesday afternoon in early May at the Office of Student Life, where outgoing Student Trustee and political science major Nune Garipian was wrapping up work. She was about to head out to not only finish homework, but to pay her enrollment fee to register for the University of Southern California.
Local Bands: Start your future at No Future Cafe
If you were to come to the 1500 block of east Walnut street on a first Friday every month, you’d be entertained by local bands and artists at this spot called No Future Cafe.
Students will soon see beyond Fall 2018 class schedule
Starting in Fall 2018, students will be able to map out their road to success by checking out the class schedule two years in advance. During the President’s Forum at the end of the spring semester, Superintendent-President Dr. Rajen Vurdien announced that students will be able to see the class schedule up to two years in advance during the fall 2018. Vice President of Instruction Terry Giugni is currently working with the deans to make sure that students will be able to see that far …
FYF Fest ready to rock Exposition Park
FYF Fest is one of LA’s hottest summer music festivals, which consistently provides some of the biggest names in music, along with up and coming artists. This year, FYF Fest is no exception as its line up includes Hip-Hop legend Missy Elliott, rock gods Nine Inch Nails, and the notoriously elusive Frank Ocean, just to name a few.