Roland Percey has been teaching photography at PCC since 1995, and racing since the 1970s. On Sunday, he looked to improve his personal record of 209 m.p.h.â€”which is a feat that must be completed within one and a third miles.
Job cuts, elimination of winter intersession and mandatory furloughs were discussed by the Board of Trustees on Wednesday as options for reducing expenditures by $10.5 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year. The options for drastic budget cuts were presented in a report from an ad-hoc subcommittee of the Board.
Last season the Lancer football team wouldnâ€™t have what one would call a successful season. But, PCC is going for a smashmouth game next season, with the defensive emphasis in controlling the line of scrimmage, and a ground-and-pound run game.
The dismal three areas designated for smokers on campus are about to get a facelift.
Immediate plans to upgrade the smoking sites were discussed Tuesday by the reconstituted Health and Safety Committee.
See the layout of our June 13 Special Edition, as printed.
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 and facilities manager being put on administrative leave. A week later, Vice President of Administrative Services Rick van Pelt was terminated.
Newly elected Academic Senate President Dustin Hanvey is hard at work during the summer intersession, fueled by his passion to help as many people as possible.
The now former Community Education Center Dean Richard Hodge did not have is employment contract renewed as of June 30. Hodge had been put on administrative leave on Feb. 21 by the Board of Trustees, according to the meetingâ€™s minutes.
New parking permit meters have been installed on campus that now accept credit and debit cards.
The award-winning documentaryÂ Mother: Caring for 7 BillionÂ will be shown in a free public screening on July 31 at noon in the Circadian Room, CC Building. The film examines the often-overlooked and growing problem of overpopulation, focusing uniquely on the importance of womenâ€™s education.