Questions about whether or not gay marriage will become legal in California remain up in the air as the U.S. Supreme Court failed to address Proposition 8 on Monday morning.
With finals right around the corner the Shatford Library has extended its hours to accommodate students looking to do some extra hours of study.
PCC marketing students joined forces with UCLA to host the Music That Matters event in order to increase awareness of the decline of music and the arts in our educational institutions late last month.
Phillip Young, instructor and director of the Schumannâ€™s Ghosts concert, began the Saturday night show in Harbeson Hall with a slow haunting piano piece that filled the room with shadowy sounds. It was Schumannâ€™s last piece, Young told the audience, written just before an attempted suicide and two years in an asylum.
â€œWe are going to do something a little different tonight,â€ said Jennifer Serda, as she introduced herself and the Mag 5 Brass Quintet. â€œWe are going to switch instruments.â€ This brought a small laugh from part of the crowd, and a scared silence from the rest of the audience.
Police reports from Nov. 19 – Dec. 1
A hearing in a lawsuit filed against two fired former school officials will be held on Dec. 14 when the defendants will challenge filed complaints, according to court documents.
A variety of different boba establishments catering to students and neighboring people are located on the north side of campus in between Hill and Bonnie Ave.; each respective store has attracted its own following.
The goals included forming better communication on and out of the campus, more shared governance, more funding for the college foundation, and better scheduling and enrollment management for students.