â€œDing dong the witch is dead,â€ many of her detractors sang. But, like it or not Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a grocerâ€™s daughter, rose to prominence and became one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century, and Great Britain owes her a big thank you!
While the performances were not the best ever heard in Harbeson Hall over the last year, people left the “Vive le France!” piano ensemble and accompanying recital with pep in their steps.
An impressive sight of acrobatics, sound and color took place as part of PCC ‘s Chinese Culture Day. The Developing Virtue Secondary School took center stage to perform traditional Chinese dances and songs.
â€œDing dong the witch is dead,â€ the British people sang and they did so with good reason. The witch in this case is former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who died.
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 Attorneyâ€™s office for â€œconflicts of interest.â€
No one knows who will be advising the Courier this upcoming fall semester. Last month, the Courierâ€™s adviser, Warren Swil, was put on paid administrative leave after an official complaint citing â€œemployee misconductâ€ was made against him.
The Pasadena swim team broke 12 records and one of the swimmers gets named Swimmer of Year at the Southern Coast Conference Championship this past weekend at Chaffey College, which qualifies swimmers for the state championships.
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.
Squeal, pop, crash! Were the sounds coming from the Vosloh Forum on April19 as the Lancer Jazz Big Band and Commercial Music Ensemble took the stage.
Although there was no priority registration for Extended Spring, this disaster shouldn’t be incredibly surprising to students.