Male cheerleader: ‘I love who I am’

By Kevin Seavers March 11, 2020 0

Standing atop the artificial track turf, Saul Villegas faced the home crowd as the only male cheerleader, surrounded by confidently radiant female faces. What started off as an innocent and unsuspecting hip roll soon turned…

Say ciao to California’s largest Italian program

By Alyssa Hernandez September 18, 2019 0

As Italian professor Laura Godio approached Italian professor Rita D’Amico, there was an instant ease and the mood of this interaction seemed almost too perfect. These are two professors that, when they speak about the…

First-gen student sustained by PCC’s pantry

By Caitlin Hernandez September 12, 2019 0

Maneuvering freshman year of college is often a complicated time where students need information timely to the start of the semester, with their first source often being a family member. However, as Sarhay Medina learned,…

Defined by the Grind

By Adrian Leal May 29, 2019 0

Growing up with dyslexia, being bullied throughout his entire educational career, battling isolationism and low self esteem, Pasadena City College student Jacob Yanez turned to music for solace. Yanez found not only music, but also…

Triumphs and trombones at PCC

By Ryan Huynh April 4, 2019 0

As the army of musicians sit outside of the Center for the Arts practicing their instruments for their upcoming shows, there lies a long time veteran of the trombone, PCC, and the Army. (more…)