Calendargate continues

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Winter intersession will again become a major issue on campus as the PCC Calendar Committee has, with large majority, approved a 2013-14 calendar that includes a winter intersession that is now making its way up…

Editor's Note: This story has been updated since first published. In an extraordinary four-hour meeting, the Academic Senate debated whether or not to take up a no confidence vote in the leadership of PCC President…

A proposed policy that will allow students to audit courses was presented by Tad Carpenter of the Performing and Communication Arts Division at the Feb. 11 Academic Senate meeting. (more…)

The Academic Senate is currently accepting and reviewing applications for a yet to be determined number of scholarships for students who are transferring to a four-year accredited university within the next academic year. (more…)

Academic Senate President Dustin Hanvey confirmed that the college will remain on a 16-week semester for the 2013-14 academic year at the Senate meeting on Jan. 28. There has been considerable talk of a 17…

On April 20, 1999, two high school seniors, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold arrived at their Colorado school armed to the teeth with firearms and explosives, and commenced with a massacre that ended in the…

The Academic Senate has formed an ad-hoc committee to explore whether the college should switch its grading scale from a full letter grading system to a plus/minus grading system. (more…)