The room was filled with the sound of beautiful voices as the PCC Concert Choir opened with Joseph Haydn’s “Gloria” at the Fall Choral Recital on Friday in the Westerbeck Recital Hall.
Board updates student trustee policy
The Board of Trustees recently updated the policy for the office of student trustee this month and lowered the GPA required for a student to hold the position. The board lowered the cumulative GPA from 2.5 down to 2.0 to comply with legal requirements instituted in July of last year. “The Board formally reviewed the entire bylaw in July of 2014 as part of their 6-year review cycle,” Superintendent-President Dr. Rajen Vurdien said. “But sometimes we have to make revision outside the 6-year cycle.” The …
Open Door sheds light on Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is the month of domestic violence awareness and it’s important for everyone, especially women, to be aware of the signs of domestic violence and raise awareness to combat this problem.
One of the youngest orchestras perform at the 21st annual Pumpkin Festival
The 21st annual Pumpkin Festival at Kidspace Children’s Museum returned this past weekend at Brookside Park in Pasadena where all children were in costume to celebrate fun fall activities and enjoy the live entertainment provided by Susan Pascale’s Los Angeles Children’s Orchestra.
Not your ordinary pie shop
If you are craving pie, there is a small shop in Old Town Pasadena that will attract you with their quaint creativity. The Pie Hole located in Old Town Pasadena takes pies to the next level with a unique selection from sweet concoctions like Mexican chocolate and Earl Grey to savory pies such as mac and cheese and vegetarian curry.
Disappointing loss for women’s soccer
The PCC women’s soccer team lost 5-1 against the Fullerton College Hornets on a scorching Friday late afternoon, making it their fourth loss in the last six games.
Fiestas Patrias: celebrating Latin American independence
The Villa Parke Community Center was filled with hundreds of adults and children celebrating Latin American independence on Tuesday.
Call her Super Mom
She describes herself as a “go getter” and there is nothing that can stop this supermom from achieving her goals. Twenty-six-year-old Amanda Murillo of El Sereno has no problem juggling being a full time student at Pasadena City College, President of the Paralegal Association, and being a mother to her seven-year-old daughter Alexis.
Yes to stricter gun control
The live televised fatal shooting of two journalists in Virginia in August revived the debate about gun control and whether adopting a strict gun ban is the best way to go. On August 26, 2015, two journalists of WDBJ-TV, Alison Parker and Adam Ward, were both shot and killed during a live broadcast in Virginia. The gunman, Vester Flanagan, was a former employee of the news station. It is believed that the gunman said his attack was revenge for the church shooting in Charleston, S.C …