Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Pasadena City College Announces Tuition-Free ‘PCC Promise’ Program for High School Graduates

High school graduates in the San Gabriel Valley who meet eligibility requirements will be able to attend Pasadena City College (PCC) this coming fall without paying tuition, through a new program known as the "PCC Promise."

Panda Express Co-founders Give $30 Million to Caltech for Medical Engineering

For the Cherngs, making a $30 million gift to name and endow the Andrew and Peggy Cherng Department of Medical Engineering at Caltech was a matter of heart and mind. During more than four decades working as business owners and entrepreneurs in Pasadena, they have developed a strong appreciation for the institutions and people who call this city home.

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