The mad artists in the faculty show brought their paintings to life and set forth to inspire PCC students.
New integrated planning model adopted
Since July, when the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges placed Pasadena City College on academic probation citing nine recommendations that need to be met by next October, the college has been working on how to get off probation as quickly as possible.
Police Blotter: Student shouts he is a terrorist
Monday Nov. 30: A female student reported that her car window was shattered in Lot 3 on Wednesday. Dwayne from CEC Admin requested a cadet in Lot B to look into a possible hit and run. Cadet Chen reported that it appeared a vehicle parked adjacently to the student’s car left a scratch on the door.
Water polo able to improve last season’s finish
This season, the women’s water polo team had a won 14 of their 26 games.
Kristina Newhouse talks about the art industry
The PCC Foundation welcomed Kristina Newhouse, a curator of the University Art Museum at CSU Long Beach and an editor for X-tra Contemporary Arts Quarterly, to give a talk about her knowledge of the art industry on Friday, December 4.
Forensics team gears up for Fall Championship
The C building hallway, rooms C109, C111, and the Little Theater, were filled with diligent speech and debate team members rehearsing with each other and talking to walls to prepare for the Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Association (PSCFA) Fall Championship.
The road to dance with the stars is across the street
Pro and amateur meet in a large nightclub-lit room spiced with Latin jazz music, partnered for ballroom dance as they glide effortlessly across smooth hardwood floors in practice.
PCC to hire 50 new faculty
After adding a record 35 new full-time faculty this year, PCC will be hiring 50 more full-time instructors for fall 2016. The new instructor positions are well-distributed throughout divisions, with at least four new faculty in the Business, Math, English, Health Science, Social Science, Natural Science, and Performing and Communication Arts divisions. Seven new counselors will also be hired, four general counselors and three specializing in financial aid, DSPS, and EOP&S.
2016-17 academic calendar approved by board, admin projects smooth transition for students
The Board of Trustees approved a finalized version of the newly reinstated winter calendar last month including a 6-week winter intersession, tweaks to session dates and the elimination of a second summer intersession.