The Pasadena City College Florence Study Abroad Program is open to anyone interested in experiencing the rich culture of Italy while earning 11 units of college credit and taking an Italian Language course. The program will be led by two experienced PCC instructors: Rita D’Amico, Associate Professor of Italian, teaching Italian Culture and Italian Cinema, and Karen Carlisi, Associate Professor of English who will teach English 12/Linguistics 12, English 34, 36, 37 and Humanities 1.
AND AWAY THEY GO… The Valentine Derby steering committee is looking forward to a wonderful fundraiser party at the Santa Anita Race Track this Saturday, April 12. The event will feature a silent auction during the cocktail hour, a seated dinner and live auction, and dancing. Three hundred guests are expected to attend. “The community has been very generous in giving patron and auction donations and we are grateful for the support,” commented event co-chair Alison Moller.
San Marino High School parent Kristine Manley-Hunt, who more than two weeks ago told The Tribune she felt her ex-husband was asked to leave the San Marino High School girls’ basketball banquet at San Gabriel Country Club because he is African American, said on Tuesday night she had a “productive” meeting with School Board President Chris Norgaard and she is “hopeful” all parties can move forward and evolve....Read More
Space Race Supermen will be presented on Saturday, April 26, at 2 p.m. in Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium. This program is part of Caltech’s Science Saturdays series....Read More
The Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation on March 19 recognized San Marino’s Allyson Wei, 13, for her state-winning story in the Imagine This… story writing contest....Read More
The woman who feels her ex-husband was asked to leave the San Marino High School girls’ basketball banquet at San Gabriel Country Club because he is African American told The Tribune she is “at a crossroads” and is considering her options....Read More
The 6th Annual Titan Golf Classic welcomes golfers AND non-golfers for a friendly round of golf complete with a golf cart and caddy and special surprises and contests aligning the course.
This past Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the San Marino High School’s Robotics team competed at the annual Los Angeles Regional. In attendance were sixty-six teams from all over California as well as three teams from Chile and one team from Colombia.
San Marino-based Musical Connections recently performed their annual benefit concert in Alhambra’s Atherton Baptist Home.
A season-ending sports celebration will provide memories to last a lifetime for one San Marino family, but it’s doubtful they will look back with fond remembrances upon last Wednesday’s Lady Titan basketball banquet, which was held at San Gabriel Country Club. For it was there, parent Kristine Manley-Hunt says, that her ex-husband was asked to leave the premises because he was in violation of the club’s dress code.