The Career Pathway Trust awarded $15 million to Pasadena City College last month, allowing the school to develop new career programs centered around information technology and visual arts.
Warped Tour evolves with the music industry to remain a staple among fans despite the rise in summer music festivals.
The Academic Senate voted down the recommendations developed by a campus task force that outlined suggested faculty roles and duties at its last meeting of the fall semester on Dec. 2.
Five members were approved to the Academic Senate’s Ad Hoc Evaluation Committee of the President after an extensive debate about its validity and practicality at its Nov. 18 meeting.
The Academic Senate voted to approve President Eduardo Cairo’s decision to boycott the Committee on Academic and Professional Matters (CAPM) meetings, asserting that it would be willing to return if the meetings became more transparent.
The Academic Senate squabbled at its Oct. 21 meeting over a miscommunication involving a letter inviting the Board of Trustees to participate in town hall meetings designed to improve communication on campus.
Guys on campus wear makeup too, mostly foundation and cover-up.
The Academic Senate unanimously voted this week to create a new Ad Hoc Town Hall Committee that will hold town halls as a way to facilitate communication on campus.
The Academic Senate voiced its concerns about PCC’s consideration of hiring a third-party consultant as recommended by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).
The Academic Senate has started to prepare for the spring 2015 site visit that will determine the fate of PCC’s accreditation.