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BREAKING: President Rocha will retire Aug. 31 Former Courier editor-in-chief dies suddenly Satiate for about eight dollars at Plate 38
 

BREAKING: President Rocha will retire Aug. 31

This story has been updated since it was first published. After plotting his exit from the school for months, President Mark Rocha will retire at the end of August, according to a school official.

Former Courier editor-in-chief dies suddenly

Former PCC student and Courier editor-in-chief Daniel Archuleta died suddenly at his home in El Sereno last week. He was 38. Continue reading →

‘Nomads’: Left without a home

Paintings and sculptures dominate many galleries in the art world but “Nomads,” the current exhibit in the Boone Family Art Gallery, focuses on the humble art of printmaking.

Satiate for about eight dollars at Plate 38

At the corner of Sierra Madre and Colorado Boulevards is Plate 38, a fire and renovation survivor, the bistro burger, sports bar, and breakfast joint favorite that is hip, comfortable, has decent parking and is PCC close.

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OP-ED: Hosting the World Cup, the right choice

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OP-ED: Let the good times roll?

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Police Blotter

May 14 A staff member reported her boyfriend stuffed her child in a locker on the SW side of the R building. Investigation concluded boyfriend used meth earlier in the day. May 19 Facilities employee broke hand by driving a … Continue reading Read more

Thorson’s car show a sandman to PCC Foundation’s Dreamkeepers

Over a dozen shimmering classic cars of various makes and eras lined the glossy lot of Thorson Motor Center of Pasadena on Saturday, May 17, to help the PCC Foundation raise funds for The Dreamkeepers Scholarship Program. Read more

Rocha seeks college presidency position in New York

President Mark Rocha has applied, been interviewed, held an open forum with students and staff and is one of three finalists for the position of president at Kingsborough Community College (KCC) in Brooklyn, New York, according to KCC officials. Continue reading Read more

Campus Police Chief Placed on Paid Administrative Leave

PCC officials have confirmed that Campus police Chief Don Yoder has been placed on paid administrative leave, but the details of why the decision was made have not yet been made available. “Other than confirming that Chief Yoder is on … Continue reading Read more

A hidden artful treasure in the gym

After sitting in storage for more than two years, a 1963 mural of the first Rose Parade painted by Millard Sheets has a new home in the Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium. Continue reading Read more

Commencement fiasco over as Black speaks

The three-week controversy over who would be the 2014 commencement speaker finally came to a close Friday night, when Oscar-winning alumnus Dustin Lance Black spoke to 2,469 graduating students. Continue reading Read more