The Budget & Resource Allocation Committee met last Thursday to discuss some of the much needed help the Governor’s proposed budget for 2014-2015 would provide PCC and the challenges the budget still faces.
PCC has not been in compliance with state law that requires the school to ensure equal employment opportunities among district staff, forcing administrators to create an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) for the district to follow, officials said.
A recent study, amongst a series of four performed in the last decade, shows a decrease of women represented in film, along with a simultaneous increased pervasiveness of sexualization and objectification of women and girls. The study report, entitled ”Gender Inequality in 500 Popular Films”, was conducted by four professors of the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, University of Southern California (USC), and focused on gender in 100 top grossing films from the years 2007 to 2012. The USC study’s emphasis was on the …
“We just want to be healthier,” says Jo Buczko co-chair of the health and safety committee here on campus, “and if you ever walked behind a smoker you would know that it’s uncomfortable.”
The Academic Senate expressed concerns about the hiring process for the Faculty Job Fair at its regular meeting this week, arguing that new online faculty don’t have the proper expertise to teach useful courses.
A zombie family from the 50s played the flutes as princesses, witches and wenches strummed the strings.
The PCC cross country teams succeeded once again at the Cougar Challenge held on the California State University San Marcos campus on Saturday.
You’ve got mail and if you need to reply the meter cutoff is 3 p.m. so behave accordingly.
LifeLine is a service that has been around for many years, but has only just started making headlines, with President Barack Obamaâ€™s reform to this program that was first established under Ronald Reagan.
PCCâ€™s Aquatics Center is open to the public during the summer and guests can swim recreationally for $2 and swim laps for $4.