The Pasadena City College Management Association gathered over 40 of its 78 members to address the Board of Trustees Wednesday, March 15, accusing the college’s highest governing body of mismanagement, instability, misrepresentation of public interest, lack of communication and racism. “I’ve been at PCC for 15 years and have served under seven superintendent-presidents,” Mat Camara, the acting board president of the Management Association said. “On Monday, April 11, 2022, the superintendent-president and the Board of Trustees received a vote of No Confidence from our colleagues ...
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Everything the Oscars got right and wrong, all at once
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PCC softball sustains strong season start by besting El Camino
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Child marriage in the U.S. puts the ‘lock’ in ‘wedlock’
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En garde: Lunge into PCC’s fencing club
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Organ donor organization fills the transplant gap
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