Dr. Dorothy Janice Kolts, an English professor and adviser to the Courier newspaper for nearly 20 years, died on April 13 in Altadena. She would have been 91 years old in May. (more…)

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) on campus and Project Choice have teamed up to provide on-site HIV and AIDS testing through mobile “Condom Nation” vans that schedule semi-regular visits to PCC. (more…)

Orange, red-violet, purple, electric blue, and tangerine are the signature colors found in the quintessential psychedelic rock posters created by graphic designer and illustrator David Byrd, whose powerful work was reflective of the art cultural…

The recent death of Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia has left a vacancy in our nation's highest court, leaving President Barack Obama with the task of filling the position with a solid, qualified, and forward-thinking…

Security systems company Sierra Group has been awarded a $165,516 contract to upgrade and replace portions of PCC’s existing security system, including 38 campus-wide surveillance cameras, as well as elements of the command center at…

The production “Fly” follows four Tuskegee Airmen—the first African-American aviators in the U.S. military—from their initial squad training and education and through the often thinly veiled racist oppression by their superior officers, their comrades and…