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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Your Vote Matters: Local Reps Visit PPCC

By Devon Martinez – Student Editor Representative Tony Exum of House District 17, Council-member Yolanda Avila of District 4, a PPCC graduate, and Colorado State Senator Pete Lee spoke to our own Journalism students from Parley on Wednesday and provided a clear argument on why they believe voting is so important. According to some of […]

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Editorial: Quad Student Internship Focuses on Building Resumes and Community

Devon Martinez, Staff Writer A college degree isn’t the only valuable thing to have when entering the job market. Companies expect more, and honestly, there are traits you need to develop in order to become a valuable member in the modern economy. The Quad is a partnership that will teach you these valuable skills. The […]

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PPCC Dominates Business Awards at State Leadership Conference

By Devon Martinez, Staff Writer Pikes Peak Community College has real talent and it showed this weekend at the Phi Beta Lambda Business and Computer Club State Leadership Conference at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. PPCCs Phi Beta chapter dominated by bringing home a total of 44 awards. A portion of these wins came […]

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The Stars are the Limit: Teen College Registration Open

By Devon Martinez, Staff Writer PC: Jim Root Design: Noelle Dolan Dreaming is important, but somewhere along the way, we lose sight of the dreams that existed before we grew up. What if there were solutions to ensure that those dreams were never lost? Well, instead of a boring summer where you did nothing what […]

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Students and Faculty Throw Down for Those in Need

Staff The staff of PPCC Student Services and the staff of Instructional Services are running a competition this February for National Canned Food Month and National Hot Breakfast Month. Student Services will gather food staples such as oatmeal, pancake mix, muffin mix, and other non-perishable breakfast items. Instructional Services will counter with a food drive […]

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Dental Care at PPCC for Cheap

By Leslie James, Reporter Pikes Peak Community College’s Expanded Functions Assisting students are offering cheap, and safe, dental treatment to other students, staff and their families. Offers included are: Exam and X-rays $15 to $30 Amalgam Restorations (silver fillings) $12 to $30 Composite Restorations (white or tooth-colored fillings) $23 to $35 Sealants (preventative restoration) $10 […]

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PPCC’s Security Team Stands at the Ready

By Israel Larson, Staff Writer Every year, PPCC releases an annual security report accessed from the school’s homepage. In the report the college highlights crimes on campus, how to contact Public Safety (the campus police) the college’s policies for certain actions, as well as all the ways students and staff can report specific crimes. According […]

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