PCC will see its fifth employee in four years in the police chief position in Steven Matchan after the Board of Trustees decided to fire Don Yoder two weeks ago at its Nov. 17 meeting.
Associated Students (AS) President Jordyn Orozco is pushing for the school to make an effort to renew its lapsed contract with Pepsi to boost revenue for student services.
The Board of Trustees has begun an official process for finding an interim chief of police after it fired Don Yoder at its Nov. 17 meeting.
Winning two out of three games over the weekend, the women’s basketball team was able to secure 3rd place in the annual Honda of Pasadena Classic tournament.
The Board of Trustees voted to terminate PCC police chief Don Yoder “with cause” Monday night, after Yoder had been on paid administrative leave since July.
Despite being freshman-heavy and only one returning sophomore, the women’s basketball team dominated the Taft College Cougars in its first game of the Honda of Pasadena Classic, Friday night in the Hutto-Patterson Gym.
Academic Senate President Eduardo Cairo ended a two-week dispute over the fate of $2.9 million in funding for student counseling services and signed a document to secure the money after the administration agreed to add recommendations from the senate, Wednesday morning.
Coming off of a 22-8 season that saw the Lady Lancers reach the SoCal regional playoffs, the women’s basketball team will be looking to bounce back this year with a team filled with freshmen.
Academic Senate President Eduardo Cairó has refused to sign a document that would secure a $2.9 million grant for student services unless the senate approves the report in a special session next week.
After four executive search firms made their presentations, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously to select one to lead the hunt for a permanent superintendent Wednesday night.