On The Spot presents: Dodgers baseball fans at Pasadena City College.
Watch: Students elated to be back, even if it isn’t the same
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.
New and returning students climb to the top
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.
Instant books not rocket science: easy as an Espresso
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”.
Pasadena gives AxS to art and science with Curiosity
The AxS Festival 2014 Curiosity, is in venues throughout the greater Pasadena area through Sunday, October 5, 2014. The arts and sciences festival is produced by Pasadena Arts Council in partnership with institutions such as NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which inspired this year’s theme in homage to the Mars Rover “Curiosity.” The festival features programming that includes visual art, theatre, dance, music, photography, history, science, literature, film, and architecture. Open House at the Machine Project installation at the Gamble House in Pasadena is October 2, 2014. Additional …
VIDEO: Rocha announces investigation
President Mark Rocha announces the criminal investigation of two campus officials at a 2 p.m. news conference.