Associated Students outreach teams lend a virtual hand

“I feel you! It’s no fun being stuck at home. It’s ok to be sad, but if you’re feeling happy, spread it around!” That is the message that Associated Students of Pasadena City College (ASPCC) President Dionne Shelton wants to communicate to all PCC students. The ASPCC Executive Board is responsible for many things, including advocating for over 25,000 students and the oversight of more than 80 clubs and organizations on campus. The board serves as a liaison between the students, faculty and administration regarding …

COVID-19 campus closure cancels clubs

Since PCC’s campus closure, its usually crowded classrooms and packed hallways are now reminiscent of a ghost town. The rooms where club officials used to meet in droves to discuss the exciting events they had planned for the semester are empty. Students who were once able to participate in extracurricular clubs on campus are now left to entertain themselves in their homes, far from the hustle and bustle that once existed.

Food for thought: AS gives appetizers for actions

A sea of students cover the courtyards of the campus. Red canopies and several tables full of colorful supplies and student resources fill the quad. Striking posters drive the attention of many. Behind the tables, the members of the student government stand and welcome passersby. A long line of students wait to receive food and snacks as a welcome gift. Welcome Week was an occasion hosted by Associate Students at Pasadena City College (ASPCC) from Feb. 18 to 20. The prime event took place at …

Former student accuses campus food exec, a sex offender, of inappropriate conduct

  Update 6/6/2018: In response to the comment from the California DOJ and Pasadena Police Department regarding requirements for Yu working on campus, Executive Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing Alex Boekelheide told the Courier through email that the college is not aware of any such requirement regarding employees of independent companies that hold contracts with the college. Boekelheide also said that while the Alhambra Police Department stated that Yu registered the campus as his place of employment in their system, the college has no record …