It seems that every time the District tries to cover up the commencement debacle, it digs itself a deeper pit to fall into.
The Board of Trustees apologized to Oscar winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black in a prepared statement released Monday and said that an email received by Black inviting him to be the school’s commencement speaker resulted from “an honest error.”
Has the faculty leadership done enough to help bridge the gap between themselves and the administration?
An 18-year-old Pasadena man pleaded not guilty this week to a murder charge after prosecutors alleged that he shot a PCC nursing student to death earlier this month, according to a court official.
The college opposes the plans of a restaurant with a history in supporting anti-gay groups from opening near the campus.
Friends, family and neighbors grieved Tuesday at a memorial site of 19-year-old PCC nursing student Irais Acosta, who was fatally shot inside a Pasadena home over the weekend.
The Academic Senate continued to be worlds apart with the administration on numerous issues that were brought up at its meeting on Monday, according to senate members.
With the digital age advancing and online book sales rising, book stores across the nation are closing. Will technology take over the hard copy world?
“Many people do not perceive dance as an important form of art, or self expression, but dance is one of the few ways I really got to know myself,” said Taylor Goben, a dance major at PCC.
PCC’s annual artist-in-residence for 2014 will be Casey Reas, who will showcase his work in an exhibition entitled “Yes No”.