The red carpet was rolled out Oscar-style in the Wi-Fi room on Thursday as the 72 Hour Film Festival Scholarship and Lancer Film Club participants filed in for their post-screening and awards reception.
Board addresses problematic commencement policy
After miscommunication issues arose about who has the final decision regarding who the commencement speaker will be, the Board of Trustees decided to take a closer look at its policy Wednesday night.
Oscar winner and PCC alumnus disinvited to Spring Commencement ceremony
After being placed atop a Board approved short list of potential commencement speakers earlier this semester, the college decided against selecting Oscar winning screenwriter and PCC alumnus Dustin Lance Black
Associated Students argue no student input in campus surveys
The Associated Students aired its concerns Wednesday about student workers being barred from participating in the Campus Climate Survey distributed by the administration.
Councilman to call Chick-fil-A back up
Pasadena City Councilman Terry Tornek will again ask the city council to reconsider the zoning board’s approval of a Chick-fil-A restaurant across the street from PCC.
Pasadena Zoning Board votes in favor of Chick-fil-A
The Pasadena Board of Zoning voted 3-2 Wednesday to allow a Chick-fil-A to open across the street from PCC, a plan strongly opposed by the college administration because of the fried chicken company’s financial support of anti-gay groups.
Rocha and Fraser face off on the radio
Questions of shared governance at PCC was the main talking point when President Mark Rocha and AS President Simon Fraser went head to head on Larry Mantleâ€™s show on KPCC on Monday.