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Monday, March 09, 2015

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Universities; the new ‘Hunting Ground’ for sexual assault

It should be one of the proudest moments of any parent’s life to send a child off to their dream school. College should be a safe place for them to learn, grow, and come into their own. However, there is … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 26, 2015 PCC School of Science and Mathematics and the PCC Pi Club are hosting Pi Day 2015 on March 26 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The annual student-run conference will feature a student poster presentation, t-shirt … Continue reading

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Accreditation exit report released

A state accreditation team recently provided their exit report regarding their four-day site visit including overall comments, five commendations, and seven possible recommendations.

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Hiring headaches

Little to no progress has been made by PCC in filling the 35 new full-time faculty positions—a number that was agreed upon back in November—as the software being used to collect and evaluate applications, Cornerstone, has been automatically rejecting applicants due to a number of severe glitches. Continue reading

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Commencement speaker chosen

After last year’s controversial and prolonged commencement speaker search, the Board of Trustees quickly and unanimously voted Wednesday to approve Chad Crittenden, a cancer survivor, triathlete and amputee, as this year’s speaker.

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Board of Trustees adopts academic calendar without winter for 2015-2016

The Board of Trustees approved the adoption of a 2015/2016 academic calendar without a winter intersession on Wednesday night, rubber-stamping the recommendation of interim superintendent Bob Miller.

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Saving the history of the city, one photo at a time.

PCC is in its third year of a program that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to digitally preserve historic materials. Digitalization Skills for Libraries and Cultural Institutions is an occupational skills certificate program that comprises four courses … Continue reading

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Clery Security Report breaks down campus crime

Drug related arrests are on the decline, while robberies and burglaries have become more frequent on PCC’s campus, according to the statistics documented in the recently released Clery Security Report. Continue reading

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Monday, March 2, 2015

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