Archive | November, 2012

Art exhibit displays wide variety of work

The Annual Juried Exhibition of Student Art, which showcases pieces including popsicle sticks, wire, coffee, stone, wood and bronze as mediums, opened this week. Continue reading

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Open letter to Board cites ‘crisis’

An open letter sent to the Board of Trustees cites a crisis of confidence in the administration among faculty, and claims that mismanagement may result in the loss of state funds, according to Faculty Association President Roger Marheine, who wrote the letter. Continue reading

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AS sets vote on constitutional change

The Associated Students has scheduled a vote next week on changes to certain parts of its constitution. The election will take place on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 in the Office of Student Affairs. Continue reading

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C Building evacuated after fire alarm

If students weren’t fully awake in the C Building when they got to class Nov. 29, they were surely woken up by the fire alarm that went off around 9:15 am. A cadet reported the alarm to a dispatcher and an officer and other cadets assisted in evacuating the building, said Chief of Campus Police Stanton Perez Continue reading

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Women’s volleyball misses out on state finals

On Tuesday night, in the foyer of the Pierce College gymnasium, the women’s volleyball team members sat looking tired and dejected. Their hopes of winning against Pierce, and going on to the state finals, had just been dashed in a three game sweep. Continue reading

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Theories of coaching get bounced around in class

Parent horror stories, cocky players, team scheduling, budgets and individual theories of coaching are all topics covered in Kinesiology Instructor Michael Swanegan’s theory of coaching class. Continue reading

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Cross country team puts best foot forward at state championships

For the first time in 11 years, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams raced at the CCCAA State Championships in Fresno on Nov. 17. Continue reading

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Percussion Ensemble brings a world flavor to PCC

PCC Percussion Ensemble performed in the Vosloh Forum on Nov. 16 Continue reading

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Upcoming events

Upcoming Events for the week of Nov. 26 Continue reading

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Gospel Choir fills Sexson Auditorium with singing and warmth

The tenors came forward alone for the second to last song, and sang in a slow easy rhythm ‘It’s All God.’ Ryan Spears, a skinny young man sung the solo, and produced a voice much larger than his body, with the audience calling out “Yes!” “All right!” Continue reading

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