Dr. Dorothy Janice Kolts, an English professor and adviser to the Courier newspaper for nearly 20 years, died on April 13 in Altadena. She would have been 91 years old in May.
Campus Police win first place in run from Baker to Vegas
The PCC Police Department (PCCPD) recently placed in the Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay race last month, earning a first place plaque for the very first time.
Condom van rolls onto campus to combat HIV
The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) on campus and Project Choice have teamed up to provide on-site HIV and AIDS testing through mobile “Condom Nation” vans that schedule semi-regular visits to PCC.
Rock poster illustrator paints a graphic future of art
Orange, red-violet, purple, electric blue, and tangerine are the signature colors found in the quintessential psychedelic rock posters created by graphic designer and illustrator David Byrd, whose powerful work was reflective of the art cultural revolution of the 60’s and 70’s.
Student candidates prepped and ready for elections
The official list of Associated Students (AS) candidates was posted on Monday and like a shot out of the starting gate, the Spring General Election campaigning has begun and those who have qualified are off and running.
Tasteful fundraiser fills Rose Bowl bellies to benefit Union Station
Filling the field of the Rose Bowl Stadium on Sunday, thousands gathered for the inaugural Masters of Taste food and beverage festival, and not just to fill their bellies. The festival raised funds for the Union Station Homeless Services (USHS) in Pasadena in their largest effort to date. 100 percent of the proceeds are to go directly to the nonprofit. @MastersofTaste w/ Monique #unionstatiohomelessservices #food A photo posted by Lorrie Gonzales (@lorriegonzales) on Apr 3, 2016 at 3:51pm PDT A full day @masteroftaste …
Badminton’s No. 1 is earning hearts to win and make the grade
In the afterglow of a 18-game winning streak, No. 1 badminton singles player Rebecca Tzou may be breaking the hearts of her opponents but she is winning the hearts of her teammates both on and off the court.
Scalia has left the building and a vacant seat
The recent death of Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia has left a vacancy in our nation’s highest court, leaving President Barack Obama with the task of filling the position with a solid, qualified, and forward-thinking nominee, facing likely opposition at every turn.
Campus surveillance system to undergo $165K upgrade
Security systems company Sierra Group has been awarded a $165,516 contract to upgrade and replace portions of PCC’s existing security system, including 38 campus-wide surveillance cameras, as well as elements of the command center at campus police.
Student souls take flight through Tuskegee history
The production “Fly” follows four Tuskegee Airmen—the first African-American aviators in the U.S. military—from their initial squad training and education and through the often thinly veiled racist oppression by their superior officers, their comrades and even their subordinates. But the play also largely focuses on their bonding as a team and as men of mission, their triumphs as fighter pilots, and their losses in wartime.