Stories Wanted! for The QuaranZine

We want to hear from our PPCC community as we navigate this tumultuous spring semester (and beyond?). Our blog aims to document our shared experiences through this time of uncertainty and great change. Please email your blog posts, stories, poetry, visual art, whatever to The QuaranZine editor, Tara Alexander, talexander63@student.cccs.edu or through our arts and […]

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Reflections on Police Shootings and Race

PPCC supports courageous conversations about these powerful topics. STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES: Join the Black Student Union and the Colorado Springs Police Department for a conversation: “De’Von Bailey: Where Do We Go From Here?” Wednesday, February 19 2:00 pm — 4:00 pm Centennial Campus Atrium by Joe Barton, PPCC Alumni NOTE: This article originally appeared in […]

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Opinion: A Veterans Day Tale of Diversity and Struggle

By Devon Martinez – Student Editor Andrew Stuckey is a black American veteran/hero who served his country through three wars. He wrote a book about his life called, Of a Black American Born. His wife, Marcelle Stuckey was captured by Nazis during World War II because of her connection with the French Resistance.  They are my […]

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Rampart has Parking Problems

By Reid Hollingsworth – Student Contributor and Devon Martinez – Student Editor Over the years, the number of the students and faculty at Pikes Peak Community College has grown, but it is specifically noticeable at the Rampart Range campus this fall semester. Students’ perceptions on the parking situation might be different than the college’s point […]

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OPINION: Global Village Ambassador Shares

By Acela Rubi Carrasco – Student Contributor During the week of September 1st, Global Village began meeting for Round Table Discussions at which students can get together and share opinions at each of the PPCC campuses about difficult and provocative topics we face as a society. This specific week dealt with charity and its effects […]

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