Jessica Martinez, Courier photographer, interviews a Kizh Nation leader and PCC students about the origins of the tribe and its history within the San Gabriel Valley.
The “On The Spot” team asks students if they feel safe entering and exiting Lot 3.
HOSP 005 is the fundamentals of enology, sensory evaluation and beverage appreciation where students get to taste and critique alcoholic wines, beers, and spirits. Hosted by certified sommelier, professor Mark Keene, Ph.D, whose worked for the Disneyland Resort including Club 33, California Adventure’s The Vineyard Room, and many more. Class is held Mondays and Wednesday at 10:30 AM in room V-213, and still open for new students.
On The Spot presents: Dodgers baseball fans at Pasadena City College.
After being closed for a year and a half due to the pandemic, PCC at last reopened its doors to students this fall. Now, as the semester comes to a close, students reflect on the confusing experience of being back on campus.
Ascending two opposite sides of the near-24-foot portable vertical climbing wall, PCC students Lyric Green and Kevin Tran reached the top to ring the victory bell nearly in unison. Pinnacle reached, the real challenge laid in the descent. It was not so easy.
Beneath the foothills of the Angeles Crest Forest is the Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse, where PCC students and locals come for course suggested literature, art books, readings, a relaxing atmosphere and a “cuppa joe”.