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Currently running: The Juried Student Exhibition, continuing now through January 30. Writer and artist Bernard Cooper is guest juror and the exhibition is open to the public Tuesdays through Fridays from 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM, in the Boone Family … Continue reading

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Associated Students recommend renewing student data

The Associated Students criticized the Academic Senate for using polling data from two years ago to decide whether or not students want winter intersession back.

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Activism celebrated on MLK Day

The All Saints Episcopal Church of Pasadena held an open space for expression to commemorate Martin Luther King Day Celebration on Saturday before a musical procession led to a picnic back on Euclid Street in memory of two activists. The … Continue reading

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Task force tackles workforce and economy growth

California Chancellor Brice W. Harris has announced the appointment of Pasadena City College Board of Trustees member Linda Wah and counselor Lynell R. Wiggins to a 24-person task force charged with helping to increase the economic competitiveness of California’s workforce.

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Trustee to run for mayor of Pasadena

Board of Trustees member William Thomson will run for mayor of Pasadena following Mayor Bill Bogaard’s announced retirement after serving the city for 16 years. Continue reading

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President Obama proposes free community college tuition

President Obama proposed making two years of community college free for students in a video statement posted Thursday on the White House Facebook page that comes ahead of his pending State of the Union address scheduled for January 20. If … Continue reading

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PCC website prepares to undergo new transformation

A team of professional web design technicians are preparing to give the PCC website a complete make-over to improve its look and functionality.

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Student president looks to get new beverage contract

Associated Students (AS) President Jordyn Orozco is pushing for the school to make an effort to renew its lapsed contract with Pepsi to boost revenue for student services. Continue reading

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Bachelor’s degrees at PCC unlikely in near future

PCC is currently discussing a possible proposal to become one of 15 California community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees, according to Assistant Superintendent of Academic Student Affairs Robert Bell. Continue reading

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Language and culture from USC to PCC

Pasadena City College is partnering with USC to create a new Chinese language learning program that will incorporate heritage and culture and make it easier for students to transfer to universities.

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