Ever since the Oompa Loompa’s rise to the presidency, much of America has suffered. One of the many underrepresented groups of people that have suffered are journalists – more specifically, their First Amendment right to freedom of the press.
“The Curse of La Llorona” is not even worth $6 of your money. It follows a white woman navigating the well known Hispanic folklore of La Llorona and uses indigenous spiritual practices as a cliche while simultaneously having bad acting and mostly lame scares.
In the DCEU, where Snyder vision, dark lighting, and Batman killing criminals exists, there lies Shazam!
Just down the street from the Pasadena City College (PCC) main campus resides the Child Development Center. Not many know where the center is, what its purpose is, and how and why they are connected to PCC.
The Lancers Track and Field team had a busy and surprisingly underwhelming week at Cerritos College Tuesday and Saturday, as the South Coast Conference (SCC) Prelims and Championship meets transpired.
Going into the final week of play, the Lancers held their own destiny needing to win both games against Cerritos to guarantee a spot in the Southern California Regional Playoffs for the third straight year and they did so by setting new school records and outscoring the Falcons 22-9 in the series.
For Yooneui Joo, the trials and tribulations of moving to a brand new country was a daunting experience at first. From feeling lonesome countless times to being treated differently, Joo experienced more lows than highs during the start of her journey. Born in South Korea and growing up in Seoul, Joo, 21, barely knew a lick of English. She did know two things, however. Joo knew she had a love for jewelry design and had a desire to experience different cultures and different people. “I …
Whether a brief turn of phrase to describe a scene, to express a sentiment or a free-thinking written brainstorm there is now a place at PCC for creative people to share and develop a love of poetry.
Betsy DeVos has made waves throughout her tenure in the Trump administration (figurative waves, not the literal ones made by her $40 million tax-free yacht). Her beliefs about the role of government and education are shocking, considering she’s the Secretary of Education. But, they are also right in line with the no-regulation, businesses-take-all approach of her authoritarian boss – hence her job. But, just like her boss, her platforms are inherently unhealthy for our country.
In this episode of Courier Chat, host Alexander Trimis has a conversation with PCC Courier staff writer Colin Rice about Betsy Devos. Then, stay tuned for the Associated Students election results for Spring 2019.