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Annual health fair offers mutual benefits

Pasadena City College hosted its annual health fair for staff members on Wednesday morning in the Creveling Lounge. Continue reading

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AS president returns for second term

After running unopposed in the 2014-2015 elections, Jordyn Orozco enters his second term as president equipped with the experience to continue leading the Associated Students. Continue reading

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R-Building rennovation to require asbestos abatement

PCC has hired a construction company to renovate the R-Building’s men’s restrooms and remove asbestos from the building. Continue reading

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PR director “moves on” from college

Months after the widely publicized commencement debacle involving alumnus Dustin Lance Black, former Interim Director of Public Relations Valerie Wardlaw has “moved on” and no longer works at the college, according to school officials. Continue reading

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New president promises better communication

Interim President Robert Miller pledged to create a better campus climate and form of communication between his administration and the faculty Monday morning in an open letter to the college. Continue reading

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District and Faculty Association refuse to budge on contract negotiations

The Faculty Association (FA) is not budging with the District over contract negotiations and continues to hold out for a new offer, according to a union official.

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BREAKING: Board appoints Miller as interim president

After five hours and two closed sessions, the Board of Trustees finally appointed Former Vice President Robert Miller as interim president of PCC Wednesday night. Continue reading

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The road to Make Music: Pasadena to Seattle

Former PCC student Eric Lilavois’ attachment to the Crown City, and its culture, diversity and potential as an entertainment hub extends into his business as a music producer, studio owner, musician, and songwriter. “I went to PCC very briefly,” said … Continue reading

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Plans for U Building still at standstill

After two years of not knowing what to do with it, the college has finally received funding from the state to replace the U Building, but has yet to decide if it will be demolished, according to acting Superintendent-President Robert Miller. Continue reading

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New FA President looks to heal old wounds

Dr. Julie Kiotas will look to improve working relations between the faculty and administration and create an overall better college environment for students as the new President of the Faculty Association. Continue reading

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