The bribery scandal involving two-high ranking school officials that rocked the campus last summer will finally be going to trial.
Richard van Pelt, the former vice president of administrative services and former Facilities Supervisor Alfred Hutchings were fired after the school found out that they were being investigated by the District Attorney’s office for “conflicts of interest.” Read more
No one knows who will be advising the Courier this upcoming fall semester. Last month, the Courier’s adviser, Warren Swil, was put on paid administrative leave after an official complaint citing “employee misconduct” was made against him. Read more
Winter intersession will again become a major issue on campus as the PCC Calendar Committee has, with large majority, approved a 2013-14 calendar that includes a winter intersession that is now making its way up to the Board of Trustees for final approval. Read more
TEDx, an event that is planned and coordinated independently on a community-by-community basis, will be coming to the PCC campus and will feature speakers from several different facets of the world this coming fall. Read more
Pasadena’s prolonged losing streak in the South Coast Conference continued last week as they were swept by El Camino-Compton Center in three games. They lost 11-3 in Compton on April 16, 8-3 playing host at Jackie Robinson Memorial Field on April 18 and were then shut out 8-0 in Compton on April 20. Read more