James Click is an English professor at PCC, who has been teaching here for eight years. Click focuses on rhetoric and philosophy in each of his classes. Ever since he studied at PCC it has been his dream to come back and teach here. Click is a passionate professor who is in love with his job and plans to stay here for the foreseeable future.
Whatever relationship one choses to be in shouldn’t concern anybody else except the participating parties. Same goes for polyamory.
Ever since the 2016 presidential election campaign it seems like people have started ignoring the notion of personal privacy. Offensive letters that were recently sent to L.A. voters is just one more step toward the nation’s complete disregard of confidentiality.
After a long wait, the fans of the “Alien” franchise can finally sigh with relief, since the new sequel “Alien: Covenant” came out this Thursday. Whether or not you are into the Sci-Fi Horror genre, this film is definitely something that is worth watching, at least once.
Watching a movie about the relationship between a mother and a daughter on Mother’s Day weekend seems like a perfect option for a night out, however, “Snatched” might not be the right choice since it turned out to be nothing but a huge disappointment.
Having dental problems is never fun and prices for any type of dental service are even worse. The PCC Dental Hygiene Clinic provides students as well as others an opportunity to get an affordable treatment.
A variety of stores are located in Old Town Pasadena, but only a few of them can make their customers feel like they’re home. Lula Mae, a small gift shop, is more than just a business, it’s a place that makes every shopper feel like a special member of the big family.
History is an incredibly important part of humanity that is constantly ignored because of many people’s tendency to focus solely on current events. This, in turn, can lead to a dangerous future where nobody knows what happened in the past or who they were and how the past impacts them.
Out of all the shops located on Lake Avenue, Alexandria II differs from the others by its mysteriousness and uniqueness.
When the world seems to be filled with nothing but disappointment and life doesn’t seem exactly exciting anymore, it’s important to remember that there is always somebody willing to help. Psychological Services at PCC wants students to know that seeking support is not something to be ashamed of, but is an admirable step.