The journalism professor recently reinstated as an instructor at the college after admitting to showing nude photos of himself to a student is being sued by the student for alleged sexual harassment and grade retaliation, court documents show.
Women’s basketball ranks up after tournament sweep
The women’s basketball team went from No. 7 to No. 4 in the CCCAA state poll after it swept the Irvine Valley Tournament, beating No. 1 Long Beach City College in overtime in the process.
PCC Joins the Community to Help Disaster Victims
PCC took part in the Philippine Typhoon Disaster Relief Donation Drive on Thursday at the Rose Bowl designed to collect donations for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines and killed thousands earlier this month. Members of the community were encouraged to donate canned goods, clothing, toys, toiletries and any items that might benefit disaster victims. ‘We’ve been unpacking bag after bag, sorting clothes constantly. It’s been a really huge turnout the community has been very generous,” said Michael Ihrig of the PCC …
Campus Safe, According to Report
Violent and drug crimes are on a steady decline on campus according to the Annual Campus Safety Report. The Annual Campus Safety Report is an annual recording of crimes and violations on or near college campuses, under the 1990 Clery Act. Colleges and universities are required to publish their Campus Safety Reports by Oct. 1 of each year, which details crime statistics for the previous three years in order to continue to participate in federal student aid programs. The law is named after Jeanne Clery, …
Singer aspires to be role model for young girls
Before she turned 18, PCC student Jordyn Kane auditioned for American Idol, had one of her songs featured on an ABC Family television show and issued an EP on iTunes. Despite these accomplishments, don’t expect to catch her bragging about it to her classmates.
Trustee re-elected to Board of Governors
Outgoing trustee Geoffrey Baum has been re-elected as Vice President of the California Community College Board of Governors, a position he’s held since 2012.
Men’s basketball victorious in tournament
The No. 15 ranked men’s basketball team displayed its offensive prowess this holiday weekend as they hosted the PCC Kennedy Thanksgiving Classic.
Tattoos not so taboo at PCC
Mark of the Beast. Tat. Body Art. These are just some of the slang terms people may use to refer to tattoos. According to Fox News, a study done by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology showed that 24 percent of Americans between the age of 18 and 50 have at least one tattoo.
EDITORIAL: Cancelling winter intersession was illegal judge finds
“Based on the foregoing findings of fact and conclusions of law, and the entire record in this case, it is found that the Pasadena Area Community College District violated the Education Employment Relations Act…by unilaterally implementing a trimester calendar.” This was the finding last week by administrative law judge Alicia Clement from the State of California Public Employment Relations Board. In other words the judge found that cancelling winter intersession was illegal. Almost everyone on campus warned the administration and the District not to cancel …