With shoulder-length, stallion-like blonde hair and a robust build, it is unimaginable to believe PCC offensive lineman Ben Kaiser was once battling cancer while still clinging onto his dream of playing football.
‘The Rape Show’ raises awareness through art and activism
Assistant professor and director Joshua Fleming begins production on “The Rape Show” next month using a compilation of theater, literature, prose, poetry and activism infused speeches as a platform to urge us to acknowledge the rise in rape cases in academic institutions.
The Oscars: Giving minorities the cold shoulder for 87 years
Director Spike Lee along with actors Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband Will Smith have decided to boycott the Oscars this year due to the absence of people of color being recognized for their talent on screen.
Searchlight Demonstrates Diverse Dancing
Barefoot dancers swiftly moved across the Sexson Auditorium stage last week, demonstrating the diverse capabilities of Pasadena City College’s School of Visual Media and Performing Arts Dance Department.
Shake Out: When the ‘Big One’ comes
Pasadena City College joined the 10.4 million Californians who participated in the Shake Out earthquake drill event on Thursday that simulates the proper response to a devastating quake.
Veteran suicide: a small window to the actual problem
According to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, 22 veterans commit suicide every day, rounding out to 8,000 a year. USA today reported that suicide among veterans has now surpassed the number of soldiers who died in action serving in the Afghanistan and Iraq. These numbers do not include veterans who are not enrolled in Veteran Affairs’ health care and thus are expected to be higher.
A push forward for Latino and Hispanic students
About 45,000 books were given away free to children and students at the 7th Annual Feria de Educación hosted by CSU Dominguez Hills, Univision and the CSU Latino Initiative on Oct. 3.
Post-production plays for the Fall and Winter
Adrenaline rushes and dim-lighted stages set the tone for theatre students that have auditioned for the fall and winter plays, “The Laramie Project” and “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”