Paintings and sculptures dominate many galleries in the art world but “Nomads,” the current exhibit in the Boone Family Art Gallery, focuses on the humble art of printmaking.
Students tickled the ivories in the Westerbeck Recital Hall for the production of “Tempus Fugit,” Latin for “Time Flies,” on Saturday April, 26
More than just your typical dance show, “Authentic Kinetic” is an artistic embodiment of students’ individuality.
Students sashayed up and down the runway at the fourth annual Drag Show in Harbeson Hall on Thursday.
“I am here today to tell you that opera is not dead,” director Anne Marie Ketchum de la Vega said before Saturday’s performance of the comic opera “The Marriage of Figaro.”
“We are not a Birthday Party cover band,” guitarist Jose Box said, shooting down a common misconception about his band BIRTHDAYGIRL.
“Smart pills” such as Adderall and Ritalin have gained popularity among college students as a study aid over the years, but how safe are they and do they actually work?
After a challenging yet successful past season the Lancers return with a quality team and anticipate a strong season.
The Lancers women’s basketball team fought for a very important cause Wednesday in its 73-55 victory over visiting Los Angeles Harbor College.
Hundreds gathered in front of the Center for the Arts for the official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday Jan. 23. Attendants had the opportunity to tour the building including classes, student displays and exhibits. The grand opening also included musical performances from the solo pianists and piano ensembles, jazz singers, brass quintet, guitar ensemble, and the Lancer Jazz Big Band. In attendance was Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard, Vice-Mayor Jacque Robinson, Congresswoman Judy Chu, Assemblymen Chris Holden, the PCC Board of Trustees, the …