The Campus Activities Board and International Student Organization held a Japan relief event Tuesday in Sneaky Park to raise money for those in need.
The campaign to save Ben Hines Field continued Tuesday. This time almost all athletic teams came out to show their support.
Pasadena City College hosted their 17th annual Adelante Mujer Latina Conference on Saturday to encourage young Latina women to pursue a higher education.
Campus and community news for the week of April 29.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. argued in favor of expanding the use of sustainable energy in the United States during his talk last week in Morgan Auditorium.
Anybody who knows me personally knows that I take my music very seriously. I keep my collection of almost 2,600 songs on my iPod, which is constantly in my pocket or sitting right in front of me.
Ben Hines Field is slated to be torn down at the end of the baseball season in May to make room for a new parking lot.
The United States Senate approved the 2011 federal budget plan last week, an action that has been long overdue and wrought with problems. However, the approval came with one questionable addition.
The Frontier Project held its second annual Earth Day celebration last Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga to help educate the community on becoming environmentally sustainable.
Charles Doskow, professor of law, discussed the legality of using drones to hunt terrorists in his lecture “Defending Ourselves Against Terrorism: Targeted Killing by Drones.”