The Board of Trustees approved the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) after a contentious debate at its meeting on Wednesday.
Scott Campbell played the bagpipes by the mirror pools on a recent Wednesday afternoon, filling the air with their unmistakable sound.
The Academic Senate will write a letter to the California Community College Chancellor’s Office supporting the implementation of a new baccalaureate degree program at PCC.
The Academic Senate announced the nominees for their Executive Board at its meeting on Monday, and three out of four Board positions are uncontested, including the race for board president.
School organizations celebrated the Chinese Lantern Festival and promoted Pasadena City College’s study abroad program to China in Galloway Plaza on Thursday.
February 5th Someone stole a laptop from inside the women’s restroom at Science Village. The victim left her laptop on top of the paper towel dispenser while she utilized the facilities. When she exited the stall, her laptop was gone. February 6th A Chevy Silverado struck a parked car and then fled the scene. Video from the parking structure showed the suspect exit his vehicle to inspect the damage, then reenter his vehicle and drive away. The video also captured the suspect’s license plate. Utilizing …
The Academic Senate agreed to the administration’s request for a technical assistance visit by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) and Community College League of California (CCLC) in an effort to improve collegiality on campus ahead of next year’s accreditation process.
With their full court pressure defense, the Lancers’ recorded 14 steals and forced the Falcons to turn the ball over 29 times.