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Relaxation Week Spring 2015

April 30, 2015

Stressed about the finals and have been cramming hard? Need some snacks, refreshments and test supplies before the test starts? Desire a free massage to relax yourself? Continue reading

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Town Hall with Assemblyman Mike Gatto

March 31, 2015

  Come Thursday April 2, 2015 to Harbeson Hall from 6:30 – 7:00 PM to hear 43rd District Assemblyman Mike Gatto speak on the plans and policies he seeks to pursue this legislative session in Sacramento. Among other legislation introduced, the Assemblyman has most recently introduced legislation to study the… Continue reading

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Candidate Forum

February 20, 2015

On February 26th, 2015, the Associated Students of Pasadena City College (ASPCC) is hosting a Mayoral Candidate Forum from 5:30 – 7:00 PM in the Creveling Lounge. Continue reading

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Candidate Forum

February 04, 2015

Candidate Forum When: Thursday, February 26th @5:30-7pm Where: Craveling Lounge We are honored to have candidates running for mayor, City Council, and local school boards coming to PCC to discuss their platforms on topics important to students, from supporting education, to expanding employment, to improving transportation infrastructure. Enjoy unprecedented access… Continue reading

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Civic Engagement Day // October 16th, 2014 // Thursday

October 08, 2014

Come to the quad on October 16th, 2014 for Civic Engagement Day to find out more about the 2014 Midterm Elections, interact with local political organizations, and get some food courtesy of your Associated Students! Democracy isn’t always easy, but it sure can be tasty! Continue reading

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ICC Bylaws Updated

March 01, 2012

Hello all, The ICC Bylaws have been updated. Policies and Procedures will be following on this post shortly. Thanks all!

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Class Cuts 2012: Where we stand so far

February 18, 2012

Simon Fraser here. Maybe this is what the Mayans were talking about. For AS, finals week of winter intersession also felt like the PCC world was collapsing, at least a little bit. Here is what we know so far: Around 96 sections were cut from the Spring 2012 offerings. We’re… Continue reading

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An ICC Reflection

February 06, 2012

Over the past month and a half I’ve watched a group of Justices and ICC reps knuckle down in meeting rooms and tread over some of the very fundamentals of the ICC. Everything from funding to service hours to the end of year banquet, the ideas have come fast and… Continue reading

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A Clarification on Enrollment Priority

January 30, 2012

You may have seen this ABC7 piece in which I can be seen talking about enrollment priority and ensuring that current students aren’t penalized, nor should students who change their educational goal mid way be completely cut off. Prior to my appearance in the piece, Melissa MacBride states that currently… Continue reading

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Planning and Priorities: WE NEED YOUR VIEWS!

December 12, 2011

Realignment. Faculty chairs, deans, or emperors. Eleven divisions, four schools, or one hundred departments. Silos, outcomes, and vertical/horizontal structures. Most of us have heard our professors talking about it, even briefly. The Courier has published several stories, and in our own AS townhalls we’ve asked for opinions. Read more below… Continue reading

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