Netflix’s latest original series “Dead to Me,” sprinkles dark comedy and suspense with a compelling mystery that continuously builds — and does so exceedingly well. What makes the show excel isn’t just the storyline or its actors, but the friendship and connection that forms between two polar opposites linked by one similarity: grief.
Every year Disney seems to beg the same question of which movie is finally old enough for a remake. While Aladdin has changed from animated to the live action musical format, the remake is every bit as good as the original or may even be better.
In this episode of Courier Chat, host Alexander Trimis has a conversation about the release of “The American Taliban” and other topics concerning the Middle East.
Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard. For Xiaoming Yao, it was the daily grind of trying to become a better badminton player that took up most of her time. Countless days of conditioning and learning the fundamentals helped Yao hone her skills to become one of the finest badminton players Pasadena City College had to offer.
The night started out quiet. Well, relatively quiet. As quiet as a trumpet and piccolo practicing in a literal echo chamber could be. The fluttering runs of the piccolo combined with the triumphant impacts of the trumpet created a disorienting atmosphere. Even a music aficionado would have had trouble picking out individual works. But then the trumpet rang out with a classic piece of musical literature — the kind that any passerby would recognize: the “William Tell Overture.” The trumpet part — built off of …
Growing up with dyslexia, being bullied throughout his entire educational career, battling isolationism and low self esteem, Pasadena City College student Jacob Yanez turned to music for solace. Yanez found not only music, but also a community in one of music’s most underground genres- grindcore.
Nestled into a corner of Memorial Square in downtown Pasadena, Maestro “modern Mexican” fare is, to be fair, adequately labelled. Its menu is loosely based somewhere within the umbrella of “Mexican,”and its interior and menu also strive to fit into the equally large umbrella of ‘modern.’
In spite of her challenging past in the middle of the poverty and the violence of South Central Los Angeles, Olympia LePoint is the first person to go to college in her family. Presently, she is an inspiring figure for a lot of people, including her students at Pasadena City College.
As it turns out, getting into a program to become a registered nurse (RN), a nurse anesthetist, or a dental hygienist is a very competitive business. As the four speakers at the Health Science Career Panel analyzed career options, they shared not only their personal work experiences and choices, but they also offered suggestions in the nursing, anesthesiologist, technical, and dental hygiene fields to PCC students and veterans last Thursday afternoon in room W-206.
Composed of three separate modules and 12 wheels, ArtCenter College of Design senior Omar Rehman’s segmented Mars land train was shown off at ArtCenter’s annual grad show. The three separate modules all had their own purpose — the front module for the astronauts and collecting geological samples, the middle to process the samples and the remaining module gathers the remains of obsolete rovers to retrieve them.