Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black responds to having his invitation rescinded as PCC’s 2014 commencement speaker due to a 2009 sex “scandal.”
After miscommunication issues arose about who has the final decision regarding who the commencement speaker will be, the Board of Trustees decided to take a closer look at its policy Wednesday night.
The Academic Senate presented the results of their Town Hall Survey to a room full of faculty, staff and students with representatives of the administration noticeably absent April 17.
Has the faculty leadership done enough to help bridge the gap between themselves and the administration?
The Academic Senate unanimously approved a resolution to send the results of the president’s evaluation to the Board of Trustees at a special meeting Monday.
After months of talking about a faculty-led evaluation of President Mark Rocha, the Academic Senate finally has the results. Now they’re trying to decide what to do with those results.
The Board of Trustees approved the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) after a contentious debate at its meeting on Wednesday.
The Board of Trustees declined to attend an Academic Senate-run Town Hall in a letter sent out to the entire campus, arguing that the meeting is redundant.
With a no-nonsense approach to the job, new Board of Trustees President Anthony Fellow hopes to change the school for the better with his simple take on politics.
Financial consultant Ross Selvidge received 45 percent of the vote to claim a spot on the Board of Trustees, edging past two challengers for the open Area 1 seat.
Selvidge won with more than 2,400 votes on the ballot, about 200 more votes than runner-up Dianne Philibosian. Alex Keledjian received approximately 600 votes.