A survey regarding Covid 19 showed that the true end of the pandemic will be when 70% of Americans of all ages have been vaccinated, according to the 723 epidemiologists that participated in the survey. “The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on May 10 expanded the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine’s emergency use authorization to include adolescents ages 12-15, and on May 12, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officially recommended that the vaccine be used for this population,” said Kaia Hubbard with the U.S News …
COVID-19 pushes PCC’s fall semester online
PCC has decided to move all of its summer and most of its fall courses online, according to an email sent to faculty on May 15. The stay-at-home order has been extended multiple times, so PCC decided to make the commitment to go fully online for the summer instead of making adjustments for both students and faculty later in the intersession. The majority of fall 2020 courses will be taught remotely with the exception of a few courses which cannot be delivered online. These will …
PCC PR leverages universality of bathroom to market summer session
In this year’s advertising campaign for summer session, PCC’s PR team deployed potty humor in the place everyone is a captive audience: the PCC bathrooms.
Par-tee time at the inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend
A vision of emerald green hills and the stunning backdrop of the San Gabriel mountains set the stage for Pasadena’s own carefully crafted Woodstock — but with children.
Demeaning dress codes are out of style
Dress code policies continue to police what women can and cannot wear in the name of so-called “decency.”
Board rejects second chance for winter intersession
The Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve a calendar without a winter intersession, despite being met with strong opposition from protestors sporting winter attire who were kept locked out of the meeting by campus police. Protestors said police refused to let them in saying the room was filled to capacity. However, the board meeting which was held in the Creveling Lounge, had seats available throughout the evening.
College scrambles to fix fall transfer fiasco
The college scrambled for more than two weeks trying to make good on a promise administrators made to students that the classes they took in Extended Spring would be transferable for Fall 2013.
Frozen yogurt keeps campus cool
While ice cream is a favorite snack to cool down with, frozen yogurt can be a healthy alternative.
EDITORIAL: Damage is done; apology is needed.
We believe the entire student body should have been informed immediately and officially that there might be problems with extended spring. This would have given the students more information to make informed decisions about their education.
A public apology from the administration to the students and faculty would be welcome and much needed in order to put all this behind us.
Aquatics center open to public
PCCâ€™s Aquatics Center is open to the public during the summer and guests can swim recreationally for $2 and swim laps for $4.