A night that should be full of making memories and having the time of your life while jamming out to your favorite artists is not the place when you should be thinking of if you are going to make it out alive or not.
La banca en la avenida 42
Just off of Figueroa Street in Highland Park sits Las Banquitas off to the side of the road right before Ave 42. Las Banquitas is spanish for “the benches,” something that would be beneficial for sitting when eating a meal. With 4.5 stars and only four reviews on Yelp, Las Banquitas has a bit of expectations from reviews and local customers. Finding Las Banquitas wasn’t very hard despite there being many food trucks in the area, as they typically have their name somewhere on the …
Police Blotter: Student harassed near mirror pools
Tuesday, May 30 A report was taken of graffiti found in Lot 5 Level 5. There was an area check for a lunch bag that was left unattended in the second floor of the C-building. A man was reported casing vehicles in Lot 5. After an area check, Officer Chan made contact with the subject and escorted the subject off campus. Wednesday, May 31 Officer Gonzales reported a hit and run around 9 a.m. A female student was transported to the health center because of …
Boba shop pumps flavor into your tea
Among the many shops and restaurants on Lake Blvd. in Pasadena, Tpumps is well known for their many flavorful combinations — and their enormous lines.
Big Gay Prom flashes back to the ‘90s
With fanny packs, overalls, bright neon skirts, and nostalgic music, the Queer Alliance club transported PCC students back in time from their regular college routine in order to experience another culture they may not be accustomed to.
Campus crime tips now fully anonymous
One of PCC’s newest online features, Lancer Anonymous Tip Reporting (LART), enables anyone to submit and provide suspected crime information confidentially and anonymously to Campus Police.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist advises students at PCC
Another person’s perspective can allow eye-opening realizations for things we know exist but don’t always acknowledge. Books allow us to do just that, and authors can help us further understand by directly telling us their story, just as one Pulitzer Prize-winning writer did on March 2. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen visited Pasadena City College as part of Pasadena’s annual “One City, One Story” community book celebration. Every year the Pasadena Public Library holds a program called “One City, One Story.” During the summer, …
Audio Element bringing good vibes to local audiophiles
Hidden among that many shops in Old Town Pasadena, Audio Element brought together many audiophiles for a night full of fun conversation, cozy relaxation, and most importantly, the love-appreciation for records and turntables during their most recent Bring Your Own Vinyl night.
From junk to treasure: an artist’s recreation of ordinary objects
From using paper and paint to pieces of old wood or old junk, with just the right amount of creativity and imagination anything can be turned into an amazing work of art for many people to enjoy.
Metro U-PASS to return for one final semester
After a long semester of analyzation and deliberation, it has been decided that the Metro U-PASS will return to PCC for its finale in the upcoming Spring semester.