Student singers and instrumentalists accompanied by student pianists prepared rigorously throughout the semester to perform for the Piano Accompanying Recital directed by Laraine Stivers-Madden at the Harbeson Hall on Friday.
More than 50 students and faculty gathered in front of the C Building for a sometimes heated discussion of PCC’s new budget on Tuesday afternoon.
In a single room the individual lives of an entire family are played out in “Table Settings,” a great new comedy written by James Lapine and directed by Whitney Rydbeck, performed on Saturday in the Little Theater.
In a stereotypical, sexually-charged scenario such as two individuals making-out in the back seat of a car, the meaning of the phrase, “‘No’ means ‘no,'” is clear for most people. But does the absence of a “no,” mean “yes?
Donning black attire accented with red and starting off with a high-energy crowd-pleaser, the beginning of the fall concert by the PCC Gospel Choir seemed more like an episode of “Glee.
“The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see,” literary figure G. K. Chesterston once said. For the PCC students abroad in Florence, Italy, this semester, they have grown into modern-day travelers in a city full of history and culture.
The end of the season for the Lancers football team was bittersweet for Head Coach Dennis Gossard, who ends his coaching career with the Lancers this year.
Inspired by American journalist John Reed and his coverage of the Russian Revolution, English and Humanities Professor Donna Mungen, a history major at the time, realized she wanted to put herself in the middle of the action.
When looking for a place to study or catch up with friends between classes, there are few isolated areas on campus for students looking for peace and quiet.
PCC’s Community Business Center, which relocated to the Community Education Center at 3035 E. Foothill Blvd. in the summer, offers services that many are unaware of, including Livescan, child ID and notary services.