#Fyrefest becomes #failfest in less than 24 hours.
As climate change continues to affect the world with rising temperatures, increasing sea levels, and unusual heat waves, PCC looks to reduce their carbon footprint and increase methods of sustainability, but their print remains.
The campus Courier is no longer in paper but on the screen, what is your opinion on the switch for digital and what can we expect from the change?
Laila Hajjali is 28 years old and has two film certificates of achievement in cinematography and film production from PCC. Laila is producer and owner of White Pants Productions, a production company born out of PCC, and continues to work for PCC in their videography and editing department. She actively enlists students to work on her film projects; her most recent project is with PCC student Zack Peter, Sibling Warrior, a documentary film about his family’s approach to his brother’s autism through resources provided by …
Every Michael Jordan needs a Phil Jackson, just like every ambitious student needs advice from top facilities. That is why the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and NASA showed up with their dream coaches for STEM/ MESA interns to the battlecry of Fat Joe’s “All the Way Up” for the internships information session last week.
It may not have been a lively crowd, but the panel stayed until closing at the Pasadena Library to discuss the impact of war on communities. One hour wasn’t enough, they needed two. Actually, America may need another 40 years.
The night was alive with the sound of culture at the annual ArtNight in Pasadena. Live music on every corner, a roto-scape film about police brutality by Lisa Mann and Yo-yo Lin played on the walls of City Hall, and a pink world of cherry blossoms made up a whimsical experience unique as the event itself each year it comes around.
The men’s swimming team performed like a well-oiled machine on Friday, maintaining their speed from last week and pulling into first against LA Trade Tech, 207-36. But falling just behind Mt. SAC once again, 154-124. The women’s swim team suffered the same fate as the men’s team, succumbing to Mt. SAC 166- 107, but defeated LA Trade Tech 134-120. Both teams felt good about their times today but are looking forward to returning to the pool to work harder. Freshman Jocelyn Jo won two of …
“It’s about more than just vaginas.”