The District paid Oscar award winning alum Dustin Lance Black more than $26,000 so he would not sue the school after top officials rescinded an invitation for him to speak at commencement last May, according to a settlement agreement.
Chick-fil-A plans to open in December and will be looking to hire PCC students after the controversial fast food restaurant went through a long 10-month process of getting approved.
Coming off of back-to-back wins for the first time since 2010, the Lancers football team looked to upset the No. 7 ranked Cerritos College Flacons on Saturday.
As the military truck slowly makes its way to its final destination, you hear it. A slight groan, feet shuffling close by and suddenly you realize you’re surrounded by the undead.
Former Vice President Richard van Pelt filed a lawsuit against PCC on Thursday, alleging that the district breached his contract and failed to reimburse his business expenses while employed by the school, according to court documents.
A lawsuit filed on Thursday by a nonprofit group will seek a court-ordered reversal of former president Mark Rocha’s $400,000 severance package, alleging that the Board of Trustees violated open-meetings laws.
The school will begin a national search by hiring a headhunting firm to find a permanent superintendent, according to Board President Anthony Fellow.
Months after the widely publicized commencement debacle involving alumnus Dustin Lance Black, former Interim Director of Public Relations Valerie Wardlaw has “moved on” and no longer works at the college, according to school officials.
Interim President Robert Miller pledged to create a better campus climate and form of communication between his administration and the faculty Monday morning in an open letter to the college.
In a game that saw 35 penalties called, the Lancers football team couldn’t capitalize on the El Camino Warriors’ mishandling of the ball and lost its 13th straight home game Saturday night. The final score was 37-20.