TEDx, an event that is planned and coordinated independently on a community-by-community basis, will be coming to the PCC campus and will feature speakers from several different facets of the world this coming fall.
Students give their opinion about the potential improvements on the campus administration.
Author and Los Angeles Times columnist Hector Tobar will visit the campus on Apr. 2 to discuss his two novels, The Tattooed Soldier and The Barbarian Diaries, as well his career as an Los Angeles Times journalist.
Questions about whether or not gay marriage will become legal in California remain up in the air as the U.S. Supreme Court failed to address Proposition 8 on Monday morning.
PCC marketing students joined forces with UCLA to host the Music That Matters event in order to increase awareness of the decline of music and the arts in our educational institutions late last month.
Behind the clean-cut appearance, impeccable composure and assertive demeanor, is a man who begins his day at 6:30 in the morning when he is awoken by his 8-year-old daughter, a valued portion of the day. History instructor Christopher Jimenez y West is a man who integrates life as a parent and teaching.
Former PCC student, Jenn Kuca, speaks highly of how her experience at PCC helped her achieve her goals at Art Center College of Design.
Updated police report.
Many students depend on the tunes streaming from their iPods as an aid in keeping them focused while studying.
A strong kick-off to the 2012 season continued for the Womenâ€™s Volleyball team as it triumphed in Fridayâ€™s game, beating both Cypress and Santa Barbara in three matches each.