The Associated Students (AS) elections held two weeks ago that had been certified have been decertified due to fraudulent voting behavior uncovered by the campus IT department and the Institutional Planning and Research Office (IPRO), which is in charge of conducting the elections. Candidates were to re-campaign this week in preparation for the reopening of the polls from Thursday June 6 at 12:01 a.m. to Friday June 7 11:59 p.m.
PCC PR leverages universality of bathroom to market summer session
In this year’s advertising campaign for summer session, PCC’s PR team deployed potty humor in the place everyone is a captive audience: the PCC bathrooms.
Monday, May 6, 2019 A cadet observed a traffic collision with injuries at the intersection of Colorado and Bonnie involving a black nissan. Pasadena Fire Department and Police Department were notified to respond for assistance. An officer investigated a suspicious vehicle with two male occupants at CEC lot D. The officer cited them for smoking violations. A student reported that another student was harassing her near Lancer’s Pass. Officers made contact with the perpetrator and advised the student no to bother the victim. A cadet …
Let teens vote for themselves
A recent resolution to lower the voting age to 16 in LA school district elections has brought the question of denarian enfranchisement to our backyard: should 16 year olds be allowed to vote?
Meet your A.S. election victors
Update: Associated Student victors were announced, Friday, May 17th. The Shatford’s second floor was quiet, the faint buzz of whispered conversations noticeably lower in comparison to the first floor. Sophia Garnica, Samuel Belon, James Reyna, Mia Villamayor, Deyra Ojeda and Alejandro Ortega were chatting in conference room 313, waiting to talk about their slate, Make it Happen.
Associated Students candidates prepare for May 15-16 election
Prospective Associated Students candidates are competing for positions on the ASPCC Executive Board for the upcoming election happening this week.
$1.2 million saved thanks to Zero Textbook Cost classes
Thanks to the Zero-Textbook Cost (ZTC) option classes brought to PCC by psychology professor Julie Kiotas and developed by the Open Education Resources (OER) committee, the college has saved students upwards of $1.2 million.
Badminton comes from behind to advance to fourth straight state championship
Last Wednesday the PCC badminton emerged victorious against San Diego Community College in two “nerve-wracking” doubles performances.