PCC organizations fight to de-stigmatize mental health

In light of the student suicide last semester, and amidst stigmatized conversations about mental health following the recent school shootings, Associated Students and Student Health services collaborated last week on the second Mental Health Awareness week of the school year. The events included showings of Pixar’s “Inside Out” and the documentary film “A New State of Mind,” as well as a mindfulness workshop that was held in the Circadian. “It’s very important that we let those students know what can be done to help them …

How to report sexual assault

In light of the sexual assault case that happened recently at PCC, listed below are some tools and resources available to students on our campus. Sexual assault victims must at PCC, you contact help or support as soon as possible. Immediately after the assault: Call 911 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). Calling from a phone on Campus will alert Campus Police immediately. Otherwise, Pasadena Police will relay their message to Campus Police, which could take a little extra time. Do not …