Thursday: University Rep. Visit, CSU Los Angeles: 8:00 a.m. in L110 Men’s Basketball: We Play Hard Tournament Season Opener: 12:00 a.m. from Nov. 6 to Nov. 8 at Ventura College
Not many offices in Pasadena City College are filled with art like Pablo Picasso’s “Three Musicians” and a big piano. However, Anne Marie De La Vega’s room perfectly emphasizes her soft, artistic persona.
Pasadena City College students Angela Kim and Melissa Perez have reached for the stars and have been chosen by NASA to participate in their National Community College Aerospace Scholars program.
Thursday, October 23: University Rep. Visit, CSU Los Angeles: 8:00 a.m. in L110 University Rep. Visit, Brandman University: 10:00 a.m. at the Quad University Rep. Visit, National University: 11:30 a.m. at the Quad Budget and Resource Allocation Committee Meeting: 2:30 p.m. in C217 PCC Foundation – Finance & Investment Committee Meeting: 3:30 p.m. in C217 UC Personal Statement Workshop: 5:00 p.m. in L110 Friday, October 24: Women’s Water Polo: Battle at the Beach Tournament: 2-day event in Long Beach City, Cypress College USC Campus Tour: …
Art-centered non-profit organizations Side Street Projects and Freewaves came together for ArtNight Pasadena to create an interactive event meant to challenge people to interpret the meaning behind public art and current events.
For Pasadena City College students who want to immerse themselves in a new culture while still finishing up necessary classes, a unique opportunity to study abroad in Oxford, England is available for Spring 2015.
Halloween is the one day of the year when it’s considered acceptable to be dressed as outrageously as possible. One might even say that for this holiday, more is more. It’s a chance to become one’s alter ego, a favorite superhero, a frightening monster, or even a satirical version of a celebrity or public figure.
The Harlem Renaissance movement has influenced English professor Gabrielle Denise Pina for as long as she can remember. Therefore, it’s no surprise that her play, “Letters From Zora: In Her Own Words,” was shaped by one of Harlem Renaissance’s most prolific authors: Zora Neale Hurston. “I am my mother’s only child, and my mother always gave me material from Zora Neale Hurston, Maya Angelou,… and from all of the other literary luminaries, so I have always been a fan,” said Pina. The play, starring Pina’s …
Pasadena City College’s Critical Theory Club hosted its first lecture of the semester with guest speaker Dr. Ronjaunee Chatterjee on Wednesday night.
Community College Week named Pasadena City College one of the top producers in the nation of associate degrees in multi-interdisciplinary studies.