Members of the PCC Faculty Association will vote this week on a tentative agreement with the district that includes a retirement incentive, which could affect more than 10 percent of the full-time faculty.The retirement plan…

Reductions in the number of class sections offered, pulling back on non-teaching costs, fundraising and in the most drastic case, complete elimination of winter and summer sessions next year are some of the things being…

For the first time ever, the PCC Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition will be held at the Pasadena Museum of California Art on Union Street in Pasadena. Submissions -in any medium- are due the first…

The Community Education Center has received a grant of $150,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration to give business students more educational opportunities. Rick Hodge, division dean of the CEC, said the grant money will…

Faculty members are heartbroken over a recent theft of a cactus bud from the Rock and Cactus Garden on the eastern side of the campus.Sometime during the weekend of January 15 and 16, someone meandering…

The Associated Students Executive Board has voted to turn both the second and fourth meetings of the month into study sessions while the first and third meetings will be moved to the Circadian Lounge during…

A team of students and faculty banded together to produce their first live broadcast of the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1, marking a milestone in Lancer Radio history,With a remote site set up…

After the governor's recent budget proposal to cut $400 million from California community colleges, one of newly elected Board of Trustees President William Thomson's critical goals is to work with the PCC Foundation to raise…