It’s official, TikTok is no longer just an app to learn trendy dances. For many young adults social media is becoming a primary source to get news. According to Pew Research, roughly 26% of US adults under the age of 30 report regularly using the app as a news source. Other social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook remain the most popular social media for news amongst users. Other news sources such as The Evening Nightly News, 60 Minutes and publications such as The …
Remembering notorious RBG
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, cultural, legal and feminist icon, died at age 87 from complications of metatastic cancer. Justice Ginsburg served on the Supreme Court for 27 years, becoming one of its most prominent members. Ginsburg was a strong advocate for gender equality and women’s rights throughout her lifelong career.
Bobcat Fire: Santa Ana winds put city of Pasadena on high alert
The newest addition to the ring of Southern California fires, the Bobcat fire, broke out in Angeles National Forest Sunday night.
Super Tuesday: Vote early at PCC
As Los Angeles County rolls out its new vote centers, Pasadena City College has been designated an official voting location for the four days leading up to and including Super Tuesday, according to campus police on Twitter last Tuesday.
Individual overdoses in Shatford Library bathroom
An individual overdosed in the PCC library Monday evening, prompting an hours-long hazmat response from police and a building closure, according to campus officials.
Colorado Boulevard shut down due to aggressive bee swarm
A swarm of bees across the street from Pasadena City College closed down Colorado Boulevard for at least two hours on Thursday, which caused a traffic jam for students leaving school and left 5 hospitalized.
Blotter: Police dispatched to calls for disturbing PCC’s peace
From the Campus Police blotter through Oct. 27:
College inaction leads to club chaos and new advisor
Pasadena City College for Bernie (PCCFB), a student-run campus club without official affiliation to the Sanders campaign, has found an advisor halfway through the semester, after the previous advisor’s involvement was rejected by the Office of Student Life (OSL) citing her off-campus sabbatical.
Attempted upskirting photos prompt police response
PCC Campus Police are investigating reports of an unidentified male who attempted to take upskirt photos of several female students he spoke to around the Center For The Arts building (CA) on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
PCC safety report shows low crime, promotes partnership
PCC Campus Police are keeping serious crime under control in the 2019 annual campus safety report, released via email on Sept. 27, although the department remains busy with community policing for incidents not required by the report.