Psychology instructor in battle with cancer

By Alumni Staff January 25, 2012 0

Cancer is a frightening affliction that can become a struggle between life and death. When malignant, it can become a fatal illness that constantly reoccurs, leaving a shadow of worry in one's mind that it…

PCC teacher’s artful lifestyle

By Alumni Staff January 25, 2012 0

Immersing himself into professional art since the 1970s, Jim Morphesis has a list of accomplishments to show for it. He has been in almost 200 national and international exhibitions, as well as having permanent displays…

Artist in Residence

By Alumni Staff January 25, 2012 0

Abelardo Morell, A Cuban born, Boston-based photographer will be PCC's Artist in Residence in 2012.            

Ceramics is students’ passion

By Alumni Staff December 7, 2011 0

PCC students Zachary Miller and Brandon Bateman know exactly what they want to do in life—and that is ceramics. With red-stained hands from working with clay, and wearing dark sunglasses on top of a white…

REVIEW: ‘Vibrator’ play creates a good buzz

By Alumni Staff December 7, 2011 0

"In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play," written by Sarah Ruhl and directed by the Assistant Professor of Performing and Communication Arts Whitney Rydbeck, opened Friday to a rather surprised audience. The title is…

Piano ensemble performs holiday favorites

By Alumni Staff December 7, 2011 0

The Communication Arts Division presented the Piano Ensembles Concert that filled Harbeson Hall as they told the story of the Nutcracker and the Mouse King on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. Each piece was played…

REVIEW: Percussion ensemble beats expectations

By Alumni Staff December 1, 2011 0

 The 13 person percussion ensemble lead by Tad Carpenter, director of percussion and assistant band director at PCC, performed in an hour long program in The Forum on Nov. 18. The pieces performed ranged from…

Chinese concert spotlights new talent

By Alumni Staff December 1, 2011 0

Students from the music department embraced the Chinese culture on Nov. 19 with their annual Chinese Music Ensemble at Harbeson Hall. Most of the performers were first semester students in the Chinese music ensemble class…