A natural competitor, Danielle Ruiz has carried her bat and cleats with her every day since she was 6 years old; making it easy to turn any wall into an opportunity to expand her batting techniques and further develop her hand-eye coordination.
Out of the PCC newsroom, into the CSULB field
The Courier newsroom here on campus is fairly quiet for most of the week, with writers and photographers vicariously editing photos and articles to insure that they are ready for publishing on Wednesday nights. On Thursdays, however, the room is filled with the voices of the whole staff as they stand in front of the whiteboard projecting the front page of The Courier.
The DNC shames Bernie
To my fellow Liberals: Bernie Sanders was never your savior.
Moving forward in and out of the field
For freshman running back James Shaw, getting from his hometown of South Central LA to Pasadena was a big leap.
Facilities supervisor receives much due recognition
A hard worker his whole life Don Eckmann, facilities services supervisor, has come a long way since he first started working construction for a family friend at the age of 12. â€œI started around my dadâ€™s house with a contractor he knew and then worked for his company,â€ said Eckmann.
History instructor channels colorful past
Behind the clean-cut appearance, impeccable composure and assertive demeanor, is a man who begins his day at 6:30 in the morning when he is awoken by his 8-year-old daughter, a valued portion of the day. History instructor Christopher Jimenez y West is a man who integrates life as a parent and teaching.