On the left stood a fully-decked out shinobi, wearing his traditional green pocketed vest and bared the symbol of the hidden leaf village upon the steel plate of his blue bandana. He was digging around through one of his many pockets, and then there it was.
New tech breaks barriers for disabled students
Hosted by Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSP&S) and the Veterans Resource Center, students gathered within the D-building in celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) last Thursday morning to spread awareness of helpful digital accommodations for disabled students. Students who were a part of DSP&S, including some members of Students Unlimited, a club that specializes in giving support to those with disabilities, gathered to learn through presentations about the many technologies that exist to aid them throughout their time at PCC. The focus of …
Frankenstein’s monster among digital generations
The platform descended, away from the madness that called from the stormy night above. On a cold, steel bed motionless, lied a creation no one would have thought could have ever been in existence.
‘God of War’: Father-son bonding through mass murder
Santa Monica Studios have outdone themselves using brilliant sound design, vibrant visuals and a new change of pace in story and gameplay to reform what may be the biggest hit of the year: “God of War.”
Student aims to give a legal voice to the people
The sounds of bags crumpling and people that buzzed about filled the air as many lined up to receive bagged goods to take home with them. With just another year to go, student Breanna Jones smiled on as she worked to deliver food to those in need and is currently enrolled to tackle the paralegal studies program here at PCC.
‘The Terror’: Terribly average
AMC’s, “The Terror”, shows promise by delivering a chilling atmosphere through set design and character development, but still feels underwhelming due to its main focus being a poorly-designed monster.
Police Blotter: Trumpet thief takes off
Monday, March 5th A report was made that an instrument has yet to be returned to the Music Lab by a student from last fall semester. A bike was reported stolen from the south bike racks next to the Annex bungalows. A male parked in Lot 4 level 1 was reported as repeatedly slamming their car door onto an adjacent vehicle due to an argument between each party, causing damage to the recipient’s door. A report came in that requested officers to locate a distraught …
‘A Wrinkle In Time’: A ‘Wrinkle’ not worth your time
Adapting children’s stories into film requires the characters to remain likeable throughout each reincarnation. “A Wrinkle in Time” failed to deliver this expectation and stood as a shining example of how not to approach character development.
‘Black Panther’: A thrilling exploration of Afro-Futurism
Roaring applause ruled the theater after “Black Panther” delivered an enthralling atmosphere packed with interesting ideals and culture.
Record-breaking grant bolsters galleries and scholarships
PCC’s visual arts and media studies division accepted a generous grant given by the Pasadena Art Alliance back on March 14 that spawned relief among faculty over budget restraints.