PCC recently received a grant of $87,231 from the U.S. Department of Education as part of the Federal Work Study Program to provide employment opportunities on campus to individual students, officials said. A total of…

New college President Mark Rocha who began at PCC on July 1 has begun going from division to division, discussing the challenges the college has been facing.One of the college's biggest challenges, he said, is…

The PCC Courier launches an ongoing multi-media news report examining with students and staff the pros and cons of The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010. (Barbara Beaser)

From the ripe young age of 5 Brianna Allen had an unforgettable attraction to art. Developing creatively as a young artist, Allen explored her attraction to music, learning to read music and play the piano.…

On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, strains of jazz from a lone trumpet player drift over the bustle of visitors in the new South Lake Avenue farmers' market.For the first time, a certified farmers market will…

The PCC Art Gallery showcased a wide variety of photographs taken by students.The exhibit titled Curiosity, opened on June 29 and ran until July 3. It featured the works of Christina Amezquita, Katie Sauceda, John…

As Professor Glenn Carlos tickled the ivory keys of the piano, PCC student Jessica Young slipped to the front of a group of performers, lending her voice to the popular musical number, "Singin' in the…