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Top porn star James Deen lectures adult-film class at Pasadena City College, eliciting lust from some students My students were engaged. It was a wonderful afternoon,' said Hugo Schwyzer, professor of Humanities 3: Navigating Pornography. Wednesday,
He may be the new face of adult films, but it seems not everyone is ready to embrace the image of " James Deen , Porn Star and College Lecturer ." That's what Hugo Schwyzer says he learned when he invited the star of "Atomic Vixens," ''Batman XXX"
Leading up to the release of the Bret Easton Ellis-penned movie " The Canyons " in which he stars, he's been profiled by major media outlets , and even shown that he could handle bad publicity about his co-star, Lindsay Lohan , like a champ ...Here,
January 07, 2013 A yearlong human rights project culminated December 8 with the premiere of Finding Our Voice, a 20-minute film documenting the work of the team of San Gabriel Valley high school students
When he grew to an adult, those experiences pushed him to create a Pasadena youth sports program that served hundreds of kids. Whether it was a matter of helping the shy kid on the bench to gain confidence, or helping to raise funds for a single mom
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But on this drizzly Wednesday morning, clad in sweats, a loose wool cardigan, red clogs and not a scrap of makeup, Brand, her hair pinned into a messy bun, relaxes at a local hipster cafe over an 8 a.m. coffee. A dad from her kids' school stops by to
As ambassadors to the 124th Rose Parade, the young women face a packed schedule of over 150 community and media functions leading up to the January 1, 2013 event. Over 900 Pasadena-area young women auditioned for the coveted role and were judged on a
No science. "I can't use what I'm being taught yet because I can't get these classes," said Hansen, a 19-year-old from Los Angeles who hopes one day to become a psychologist. "It's frustrating." Hansen's college education has stalled just as it is
More than 470,000 community college students are beginning the fall semester on waiting lists, unable to get into the courses they need, according to a survey of California's two-year colleges that captures a system struggling amid severe budget cuts.