As you walk into the Arcadia Blues Club, a small and intimate venue with the lights dimmed and the walls filled with posters of famous musicians like BB King and Jimi Hendrix, tables are set right in front of the small stage for the audience to sit and watch the performers. As the venue continues to fill at 8 o’clock it is show time, and the PCC All Star Band takes the stage.
Recently, PCC welding students competed for state at the SkillsUSA competition and won gold in the welding sculpture category while also winning a bronze medal in the welding fabrication team category and silver in SMAW (shield metal arc weld). Back in January, PCC Welding students competed at the regional SkillsUSA competition where they ended up walking away with a gold medal as well.
Over 140 classic cars lined up, parked at Thorson Motors GMC Buick in Pasadena on Sunday for PCC Foundation’s third collaborated show to raise funds for “Student Success.”
This weekend PCC’s visual, media, and performing arts dance department presented “Ensemble,” a Spring dance concert with original dance pieces from students and faculty.
For the month of March, women are celebrated all over the world and recognized for all the accomplishments and contributions they have done in the past and present. March is dedicated to every woman for their everyday accomplishments, from being a leader to being a mother and taking care of her family. It is also the month where female Veterans are recognized for their accomplishments while serving.
The campus U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) non-profit organization student group sketch, design, and construct products and items from recyclable materials to create new items for new functions and tools.
As students surrounded The Project Room in Gallery V on Feb. 24, Whitney Davis, via Skype, and Natalie Casagran Lopez discussed their video documentation of their performance art along the LA River, “Babylon Babes in LA River Droughty Drag.”
Tyra Tse, a freshman Lancer and member of the PCC Salle Lancier Fencing club, recently just won first place in the E & Under women’s foil at the Gryphon Fencing club tournament in Placentia.
Ariahn Givens, a sophomore two-sport water athlete at PCC, last year had one of her best yet. With water polo season ending and the swim season about to start, Givens hopes to improve on the progress she made last year.
The holiday season has finally arrived and PCC helped out this season by having their annual Holiday Angels program. The Holiday Angels program is an annual event that PCC hosts on campus. The program helps out families in the programs in CalWorks, EOPs, Cares, and Pass students.