Stem cells are not invincible and therefore not likely to be the magic wand in the world of medicine, but they may be a great clue in finding what will be, a research professor explained on Thursday.
Nearly a 52 percent section cut is being made to this summer’s intersession, compared to summer 2011, officials say.
For Shannon Stone, 21, film and television isn’t just her major, but a passion and dream that is starting to come true.
The College Council approved a portion of the realignment plan to have the Business Division and Engineering and Technology Divisions get permanent deans at its meeting on May 23. The motion was approved with 10 in favor and three opposed.
Students and guests mingled and praised social differences hoping to better understand other cultures at a three-night event celebrating intersectionality last week at the Creveling Lounge.
A new witness in the second trial of a PCC student accused of killing his girlfriend took the stand Tuesday, saying that she heard the upstairs brawl between Isaac Campbell and Liya “Jessie” Lu that ultimately led to a “loud smack, like skin hitting skin.”
Athletes get hurt. A lot. Those that do can use the athletic training clinic in GM-111 to get help with things from routine physicals to sprained ankles.
Pianos were dueling June 2 in Harbeson Hall for the annual piano ensembles concert. The night included performances from PCC’s Ivory Rose and La Majeur quartets, recent winners at the 2012 International Six/Eight Hand piano competition in Bavaria, Germany.
The new jury in the slaying case against a PCC student was introduced Thursday to evidence previously played in the first trial.