Police Blotter: Fire Department rescues subject stuck in elevator
Monday, June 5 PCC Campus Police reported that suspicious figures were seen examining the inside of vehicles parked in Lot 11 at 7:56pm. The two male suspects left the area when Officer Chan conducted an area search. Nothing was reported stolen. PCC Campus Police responded to a subject stuck in an elevator at 6:28am in the R-building. Campus Police were unable to reset the elevator. The Pasadena Fire Department was called for assistance, and the subject was rescued out of the elevator. Tuesday, June 6 …
Wonder women only: You mad, bro?
As any superhero fan knows by now, Wonder Woman’s first live-action film appearance hit theaters last weekend and proved to be yet another box office hit from DC Comics, the same series known for superheroes like Batman and Superman. The Alamo Drafthouse celebrated the female-centered super-heroine film in a rather unique (and extremely justified) way — a woman’s only screening that apparently shattered the fragile masculinity of some men who were offended at the thought of women getting together in support and celebration of a feminist …
The average white hut
On the corner of California Avenue and Orange Street in Glendale sits The Great White Hut, a burger and fries restaurant that impossible to miss if you know what you’re looking for: a white hut.
Student elections wrap up with improved voter turnout
A new Associated Students (AS) executive board was appointed by the student body over the course of this past week, with only about 3.1 percent of students voting in the election.
Diabetes as a pre-existing condition — you’re kidding me, right?
With all of the news coming out of the White House on an almost-hourly basis, it’s almost too easy to miss the few crucial pieces of news that will hold the most impact on everyday life.
Linkin Park shines with ‘One More Light’
Well-known rock band Linkin Park released their seventh studio album on Thursday night, reinventing their sound and deviating (rightly so) from what fans might have been expecting.
Snoop Dogg’s back, or rather, he ‘Neva Left’
Long Beach native, hip-hop artist and rapper Snoop Dogg released his 15th studio album on Thursday night, less than a year after dropping his previous album, Coolaid. The 16-track album, titled “Neva Left,” totals just over an hour in length, and is a testament to the evolutions of hip-hop and Snoop himself as indicated by the album artwork — a picture of himself from his “Doggystyle” days. Track 1: “Neva Left” The album’s title track is a welcoming intro to the rest of the summer …
Student elections: what you need to know
Campaign season for the Associated Students (AS) executive board has officially begun, as the list for qualified candidates was posted last week and campaigning started on Monday.
Trump is afraid of bad-ass press, not bad press
Unless you’ve decided that ignoring the news is the only way you’re going to make it through the next four years under President Trump, you’re aware of his administration’s war with the media and the various ways he’s attempted to manipulate the law in his favor.