On the far outskirts of campus are four desolate designated smoking areas. These drab plots are the only places on campus where one can smoke a cigarette without the threat of sanction.
Updated integrity policy an improvement
Student integrity and honesty is one of the most important parts of a successful college. PCC’s Student Conduct and Integrity Policy is a fundamental aspect when it comes to dealing with misconduct and cheating.
Ceramics is students’ passion
PCC students Zachary Miller and Brandon Bateman know exactly what they want to do in life—and that is ceramics.
REVIEW: ‘Vibrator’ play creates a good buzz
“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 Nov. 9 to a rather surprised audience.
Piano ensemble performs holiday favorites
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.
Book buyback season is all about the money
With finals underway and classes coming to an end, the book buyback season is now in full swing.
U Building reconstruction project progresses
Plans to move the remaining occupants of the U Building in order to begin reconstruction are moving forward, officials said.
Cross country team is head of the class
Coming off a tenth place finish at the community college state championships, the PCC cross country team’s season gave them their best finish in fifteen years.
It wasn’t all smiles and success as the team suffered many setbacks early on, including losing runners and struggling to adapt to the change of pace from training to competition.