The Associated Students has scheduled a vote next week on changes to certain parts of its constitution. The election will take place on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5 in the Office of Student Affairs.
Cross country team puts best foot forward at state championships
For the first time in 11 years, both the men’s and women’s cross country teams raced at the CCCAA State Championships in Fresno on Nov. 17.
Theories of coaching get bounced around in class
Parent horror stories, cocky players, team scheduling, budgets and individual theories of coaching are all topics covered in Kinesiology Instructor Michael Swaneganâ€™s theory of coaching class.
Percussion Ensemble brings a world flavor to PCC
PCC Percussion Ensemble performed in the Vosloh Forum on Nov. 16
Upcoming Events for the week of Nov. 26
Academic Senate survey shows strong opposition to calendar process
Strong opposition to the process by which the new three-semester calendar was adopted was expressed in a survey of faculty by the Academic Senate.
Pathways Student Conference contemplates ethics
Students in the College 1 Class gathered in Creveling Lounge and the Sexson Auditorium on Nov. 16 for the second Pathways Student Conference.
EDITORIAL: New law rips out the ‘community’ from two-year colleges
With changes to repeatability, priority registration, and most importantly funding requirements, lifelong learners have been taken out of the picture.
VOICES: What effects will the passage of Prop. 30 have on you?
Students give their opinions about Proposition 30.
Board approves seven new hires
New and vacant positions were filled after the Board of Trustees approved seven new hires at the Nov. 7 meeting.
The new positions were created to fill the Business and College Services Team.