Higher Ed Funding Depends on Census Count

By: Tara Alexander | News Editor Students can have a significant impact to their schools and communities by completing the 2020 Census.  This nationwide survey helps determine government funding for the next decade. The Quad Innovation Partnership has invited PPCC to join other Colorado colleges in taking part in the 2020 US Census at My2020Census.gov.  […]

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Virtual Commencement: Call for Videos

We are living through history. Our struggles, frustrations and triumphs may feel small and personal as we struggle to just get through another Monday. But in time, these moments will be seen through a different lens, and we’ll see the import, humor, the pathos and the courage more clearly. We ask you to take out […]

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Trash Art Creates Climate Change Call-to-Action

By: Tara Alexander— Staff Writer The Office of Sustainability’s Annual Trash Art Competition is now open! This year’s virtual event asks for climate change solutions and a fresh perspective at yesterday’s throw-aways.  Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to create artwork from reusable materials and raise awareness to climate concerns. Students who participate can win […]

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Ain’t No Party Like a Netflix Party

By Vivien Jerez | Editor-in-Chief Missing friends and family while being self-quarantined? You’re not alone, and Netflix has you covered. Netflix recently launched a new Chrome extension called “Netflix Party” that allows you to watch shows while talking to your friends via a chat on the right-hand side of your screen. To install it, simply […]

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Top Stops for Your Colorado Springs Stay-In-The-Car-Cation

By Tara Alexander | Staff Writer Can’t stand the concept of spending Spring Break sprawled on the couch… but also nagged by the notion that traveling could spread coronavirus and other illnesses? You canceled your vacation, and now you’re an expert in the stay-cation by choosing to “social distance.” As long as you’re not feeling […]

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PPCC Health Sciences Fair

by Tara Alexander, Staff Writer Dreaming of doctoring? Excited for exercise science? Strategizing for surgical skills? Future physicians, pharmacy techs, dental assistants, nurses and more should attend the Health Sciences Fair on Wed., Feb. 26 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Rampart Range Campus Atrium. Students can visit with representatives from different health […]

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An Interview with Rye Curtis

Credit: This article was originally published in US Represented — writer, Eric Stephenson Rye Curtis will read from his novel Kingdomtide at the Pikes Peak Community College Downtown Studio Art Gallery on Wednesday, February 19th, at 7:00 p.m. Kingdomtide was named one of the best books of January 2020 by O, The Oprah Magazine. In the novel, 72-year-old Cloris Waldrip survives a devastating plane crash only […]

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Global Village Spring 2020

by Vivien Jerez, Editor in Chief Global Village is an event PPCC hosts every week allowing students to talk about a wide range of topics focusing on getting the students’ opinions on various issues. Topics of discussion include Black History Month, technology and scientific advances, and The American Dream (to name a few).   Global Village intends to open a meaningful discussion about what matters to the students here at PPCC […]

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