While it is an American belief that all people are made inherently equal in worth and potential, many teachers continue to demean and underestimate students of color in the classroom.
Drawing customers in with a chalkboard sign outside its door featuring Darth Vader on one side and a stormtrooper on the other, the motorcycle-themed Omoto Café is a new edition to the coffee culture of Pasadena.
Sharing a building with an antique shop and a used bookstore in South Pasadena, Mix n’ Munch stands out as a quirky alternative to restaurants in the area, serving classic comfort foods such as cereal and grilled cheese.
Monday, Feb. 29: Four people were stuck inside an elevator in the R building. The faculty was able to help and release them without problem. A man and a woman involved in a verbal confrontation in Lot 5 were escorted off campus by Officer Robins. A man was challenging people to fight him in Lot 8. Officer Robins confronted the man and escorted him off campus. Tuesday, Mar. 1: A student scraped his knee, causing him to bleed. Cadets assisted him with the injury. Wednesday, Mar. 2: Four …
Antique book collectors and history buffs alike made their way to the Pasadena Convention Center over the weekend for the 49th California International Antiquarian Book Fair, uniting more than 200 vintage book sellers from over 30 countries. The Antiquarian Book Fair is considered to be one of the most prestigious exhibitions of literature in the world, also selling rare autographs, photographs, prints, manuscripts, restaurant menus, and maps.
The Pasadena Village opened its doors to the public on Thursday evening to an exhibit featuring mixed media, oil, and watercolor pieces by 87 year-old artist Loretta Keller.
PCC art professor and abstract painter Rebecca Morris has been chosen as one of 26 local artists to be featured in the third iteration of the Hammer Museum’s “Made in L.A.” exhibition coming in June.
Pasadena City College is participating in Swarmathon, a robotics competition organized by the University of New Mexico and funded by the NASA Minority University Research and Education Program, in which students will create robots called “Swarmies” designed for planetary exploration.
Monday Nov. 30: A female student reported that her car window was shattered in Lot 3 on Wednesday. Dwayne from CEC Admin requested a cadet in Lot B to look into a possible hit and run. Cadet Chen reported that it appeared a vehicle parked adjacently to the student’s car left a scratch on the door.
The PCC Foundation welcomed Kristina Newhouse, a curator of the University Art Museum at CSU Long Beach and an editor for X-tra Contemporary Arts Quarterly, to give a talk about her knowledge of the art industry on Friday, December 4.