College officials released details about a claim filed by a Courier staff member alleging sexual harassment and retaliation by journalism instructor and Courier adviser Warren Swil today.
According to a poll sent out by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness in May and June of 2013, 61 percent of PCC want a change in the smoking policy, while 33 percent want no change.
Students taking classes during the Extended Spring term were shocked to find out that the courses they were told would transfer to universities for Fall 2013 are in jeopardy of being rejected.
A lawsuit filed against PCC by a former employee will go forward on July 19 with one less charge for the college to defend.
The Board of Trustees rejected a studentâ€™s claim for alleged sexual harassment and retaliation at its June 5 meeting.