Last week, Pasadena City College students performed Eve Ensler’s feminist play “The Vagina Monologues” for the second year in a row at the Westerbeck theater. The play was produced by PCC psychology professors Jennifer Fiebig and Jennifer Noble and performed by a cast of 38 empowering female students. The production included monologues in the spanish language and even included monologues of two students who told their stories of domestic violence. PCC’s Cross Cultural Center, Psychology Club, Feminist Club and Shepherd’s Door, a non-profit organization …
Faculty, staff, administrators, and students gave up several hours last Friday to attend the first Annual Budget Retreat, where representatives from all levels of shared governance came together to review and prioritize budget requests based on the mission of the college as the school prepares for a bleak financial outlook from the state.
Although he only arrived at PCC less than two years ago, the man responsible for implementing many of the changes recommended by the accreditation commission has left PCC to work for the Los Angeles Community College District, just as the school heads into the final stretch of its accreditation process.
In his second semester at PCC, President-Superintendent Rajen Vurdien continues to shape the college in his vision.