Monday, Nov. 28 An instructor reported a student having difficulty breathing and losing consciousness due to becoming upset over someone touching his gloves. He was then treated by psychological services. A staff member reported a homeless man in the GM building, who was later found trying to sleep in the CA building. Tuesday, Nov. 19 A student reported a non-injury traffic collision in Lot 4, level 3D. A man was sitting near the IT Building welding shop drinking a beer and was asked to leave. …
Art club brings students together for fun Fall Festival
As dark clouds filled the skies over PCC on Halloween, the ambience of gloom and doom fit like a puzzle piece for the Fall Festival hosted by the art club. The festival allowed students to engage in Halloween-esque games and activities while simultaneously inviting everyone into the world of art.
Grounded drones fly their way back to campus…sort of
Last year, when two professors were awarded with the large grant of $7,500 by the PCC Foundation for the purchasing of drones, there was an expectation that more drones would be seen flying around campus, but the process has been slower than expected.
The Bunker Experience maze terrorizes locals
Escape. Time. Numbers. Map. Zombies. Post apocalyptic. All are words running through one’s head when they enter Pasadena’s escape room, The Bunker Experience.
Atheist club gives warm welcome to students of all religious backgrounds
The First Amendment of the Constitution, considered the foundation of our free society, outlines five basic rights unalienable to all citizens. And one club at PCC has made it it’s mission to make sure the standards of freedom from religion and the separation between church and state continue to be upheld.