From the Campus Police blotter for the period ended Dec. 1, 2019:
Academic Senate ushers in fresh faces to tackle longstanding ideas
Equity and student completion are at the forefront of the newly elected 2018-2019 Academic Senate executive board agenda.
State of California will no longer fully fund U-Building project
The progress to get work done on the Armen Sarafian Hall (also known as the U building) has been dealt a number of blows in recent weeks. The full support of the project from the government has been derailed, and the school is hoping that the state will change its mind before the May Revise when the governor’s proposed budget from January gets an update before it is signed into law by the end of June.
PCC’s sustainability seeks a step-up
As climate change continues to affect the world with rising temperatures, increasing sea levels, and unusual heat waves, PCC looks to reduce their carbon footprint and increase methods of sustainability, but their print remains.
Flowers and formaldehyde: human dissection offered in spring
A single white curtain hanging in the open doorway of a particular room in the science village blocks wandering eyes for their own good.
Science Village provides a new home for the natural sciences
Due to the unsafe seismic condition of the U Building, the entire Natural Sciences Division has been relocated to Parking Lot 5A, which has been refitted with 36 newly built units including classrooms, laboratories, and faculty offices, and has been renamed the Ã¢â‚¬Å“Science VillageÃ¢â‚¬Â