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Admin, Senate agree on hiring number

Faculty and administration leaders have agreed to hire 35 full-time faculty members by September 2015, resolving a dispute between the two groups about the school’s personnel needs.

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Campus club continues to make perfect chemistry

The American Chemical Society (ACS) recently recognized the PCC chemistry club for its diligent work during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 academic year and was recognized for outstanding achievement, honorable mention and green chemistry.

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Board fires police chief

The Board of Trustees voted to terminate PCC police chief Don Yoder “with cause” Monday night, after Yoder had been on paid administrative leave since July. Continue reading

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Second annual Million Meals Marathon in time for Thanksgiving

The second annual Million Meals Marathon will be held Saturday and Sunday for 24 hours in Lot 1 of the Pasadena City College campus off of Hill Avenue.

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Board moves forward with presidential search

An updated position profile and timeline for the ongoing presidential search was presented by a recently hired headhunting firm and was approved by a 4-2 vote during Monday night’s Board of Trustees’ meeting. Continue reading

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Campus officer injured detaining wanted suspect

A campus police officer sustained minor injuries detaining a wanted man inside the W building shower area last week.

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Cairo signs student success document

Academic Senate President Eduardo Cairo ended a two-week dispute over the fate of $2.9 million in funding for student counseling services and signed a document to secure the money after the administration agreed to add recommendations from the senate, Wednesday morning. Continue reading

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PCC Cares Team helps students and faculty cope with loss and grief

One Thursday afternoon in late October, not yet aware of the sad news that awaited them, the students in the English 100 class walked into the room and took their seats as they do at the beginning of every class. … Continue reading

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Architects present competing plans for campus

Three architectural firms presented competing plans for the long-term reshaping of the campus at the Westerbeck recital hall on Thursday.

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Police blotter

Monday, Nov 3, 2014 A student fell and twisted his ankle near the C Building, across from the Mirror Pools.  The student was taken to the Health Center to be treated. A faculty member reported that a woman slipped and … Continue reading

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