Trump had not visited Chicago in all his 4 years of presidency, despite it being one of the United States’ largest and most prominent cities. When he finally did on Monday, Oct. 28 he greeted the Democratic-leaning city by bashing it.
Women’s volleyball barks, bites and beats Huskies
The East Los Angeles College Huskies simply could not keep up during Wednesday night’s match against PCC’s women’s volleyball. The Lancers dove, took hard falls, and spiked with force to ensure the win.
Gentrification obscures Mexico City’s rich history
Mexico City has a vast and interesting history, however a portion of the cities’ population has begun to forget about influential aspects of it’s past. New buildings arise, new people come and the current population forgets significant moments and people in their cities’ history.
Enter the macabre world of Oddities Flea Market
When walking into the Oddities Flea Market, guests are walking into another world. A fascinating and macabre one. Sinister red lights illuminated the inside of the Globe theatre in Downtown Los Angeles and someone in a dark cloak and a skull mask with giant horns stood tall on the balcony and overlooked the crowd. They held onto other cloaked people tethered by their necks, who in an artsy and wicked way moved about the balcony.
PCC’s “BRO” unveils plans to grow
Brothers Reaching Out (BRO), a support network led by six counselors and campus staff, announced their plans designed to improve equity gaps faced by PCC’s male students of color, while seeking added collaboration with the faculty to get involved during a presentation to the Academic Senate (AS) on Sept. 23.
Instagrammable installation is ‘lustrous’ but dull
In the middle of a small field of lush green grass, with the La Brea Tar Pits Museum towering not far behind it, lies what looks like an iridescent melted rainbow. The glistening Second Home Serpentine Pavilion has been drawing large crowds of picture-ready families, couples, and friends since June 28.
Volleyball kills Pirates with positivity
A few minutes into practice, gathered in a circle on the court of the Braun Athletic Center, the coach and the girls of the Pasadena City College volleyball team talk about how to challenge themselves, spread words of encouragement and denounce gossip and negativity. Then they yell a chant and break their huddle to begin the intense practice. With the slogan “team first” said before their games, the team recently won the 5 set game 3-2 against the Ventura Pirates on Wednesday Sept. 4. With …