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Board chooses presidential seach firm

After four executive search firms made their presentations, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to select one to lead the hunt for a permanent superintendent Wednesday night.

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PCC students reach for stars, earns spot in NASA program

Pasadena City College students Angela Kim and Melissa Perez have reached for the stars and have been chosen by NASA to participate in their National Community College Aerospace Scholars program.

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Microsoft Office free to all students

As a result of an agreement between PCC and Microsoft, students are now enrolled in the Microsoft Student Advantage Program, which allows them to download and install Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus desktop applications for free

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Upcoming events

Thursday, October 23: University Rep. Visit, CSU Los Angeles: 8:00 a.m. in L110 University Rep. Visit, Brandman University: 10:00 a.m. at the Quad University Rep. Visit, National University: 11:30 a.m. at the Quad Budget and Resource Allocation Committee Meeting: 2:30 … Continue reading

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School participates in California ShakeOut

PCC students, staff and faculty at the Community Education Center joined more than 10 million people statewide in the Great California ShakeOut Earthquake Drill.

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Associated Students shape up on skills at conference

The Associated Students attended the 33rd Annual Student Leadership Conference last weekend to sharpen their networking, communication and goal-setting skills.

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PCC student killed in car crash

A PCC freshman was killed in a single car accident around 8pm Tuesday night.

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Editorial: Dispute over labor only hurts students

Academic Senate president Eduardo Cairo‚Äôs announcement that the senate executive committee would only work the minimum number of required hours in response to the college hiring the minimum of full time employees sets a dangerous precedent.  

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East LA Punk is alive and well in the hearts of many

Punk veterans Alice Bag, coordinated with blue suede shoes to match her azure blue hair, and Jimmy Alvarado, in a black Ramones T-shirt, are likely the most eloquent and well spoken punk rockers that you will ever meet this side … Continue reading

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Schools’ princesses not chosen for 2015 Rose Queen

Full stomachs and comfortable clothes were first priority for both Rose Court Princesses from Pasadena City College, Veronica Sara Mejia and Mackenzie Joy Byers, after welcoming their new Rose Queen on Wednesday night.

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