“Stepping into an art fair for the first time was like a cow visiting a butcher shop.” This is how Mario Ybarra Jr. described his experience as an artist attending a large international art fair to his friends back home in Wilmington. “It was a little like the Slauson Indoor Swapmeet,” Ybarra said. “I was just shocked to see so much art in one place.” Ybarra is Pasadena City College’s annual artist in residence for 2015. The residency includes two gallery exhibitions and the premiere …
With the recent outbreak of measles, more and more parents are making the choice to vaccinate their children. But there are still those that choose to leave their kids unprotected from these easily preventable diseases.
Protesters took to the streets of Paris and the Internet after the attack at the offices of the weekly satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo. Here on campus, design and jewelry instructor Kay Yee informed students and faculty by creating a small display in the Center for the Arts celebrating freedom of expression.
The annual Juried Student Exhibition featuring 350 works of art submitted by students opened on Tuesday in the Boone Family Art Gallery.
Two PCC students were selected from a group of 31 finalists to be princesses and Rose Queen candidates for the 2015 Tournament of Roses Royal Court.
Noticing a lack of space for female veterans to come together, Veterans Center Specialist Carol Calandra founded the Band of Sisters monthly lunch to celebrate, honor, and educate the more than 250 female veterans on campus.
Dancers crossed the floor as artists rapidly sketched their fluid movements in Claudia Carballada’s Foundation Drawing class
A recent survey shows that PCC’s Rosemead campus is attracting students from outside the district and officials expect the satellite to keep growing.
After running unopposed in the 2014-2015 elections, Jordyn Orozco enters his second term as president equipped with the experience to continue leading the Associated Students.
If you peek inside the Student Business Services you will not only see students lining up to purchase parking permits and bus passes but also an array of rubber ducks lined up along a shelf behind the clerks.