Tax increase measure has major flaw

By Mary Nurrenbern September 18, 2012 0

“Money doesn’t talk, it swears,” Bob Dylan says in one of his songs. If he is is right, our state is cussing up a storm.  (more…)

New calendar increases student access

By Nicholas Zebrowski September 17, 2012 0

Many object to the new calendar adopted by the Board of Trustees that eliminated winter session. With the massive amounts of budget cuts across the state and the questionable future of Proposition 30, changes need…

Is anyone taking care of college business?

By Christine Michaels July 20, 2012 0

With six vital senior management positions at PCC vacant, students, faculty and staff can only wonder how business is being properly and efficiently conducted on campus. The recent bribery investigation led to a vice president…

Public voice squelched by Board at meetings

By Alumni Staff July 18, 2012 0

Public comment is the most important aspect of meetings of governing boards.  But, the policies the Board of Trustees has established concerning public comment limit concerned citizens' ability to be heard. This year, protests have…

Is anyone taking care of campus business?

By Alumni Staff July 18, 2012 0

With six vital senior management positions at PCC vacant, students, faculty and staff can only wonder how business is being properly and efficiently conducted on campus. The recent bribery investigation led to a vice president…

FROM THE EDITOR: A very special edition

By Alumni Staff July 1, 2012 1

By Neil Protacio Editor in Chief 2012 The two journalism classes (writers and photographers) that make up the staff of the Courier had just wrapped their last meeting of the semester June 7 when news…