#Enough’s Walk-out Mostly Sits Down Instead

By Jodie Bomze and Travis Boren   A few students gathered at 10 a.m. in the courtyard at the Centennial Campus for the #Enough! National School Walkout on March 14. The activists who coordinated the walkout nationally intended for the walkout to happen in each time zone at 10 a.m. for seventeen minutes: one minute for …
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Camila Cabello’s Solo Debut Hits RnB High Note

By Ciara Pack, reporter Camila Cabello has paved the way for Latinas in pop music with her debut album, Camila. Fresh out of girl group, Fifth Harmony, Camila has come roaring into the spotlight with her infectious RnB inspired album. Her self-titled album was released on January 12, 2018 and hit number one on the …
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Spotlight: Pam Stratton, Classified Employee of the Year

Pam Stratton began her career at Pikes Peak Community College in the Records office in 2007, serving in various positions including Tuition Classification Officer. She recently transferred to Instructional Support as part of the FLAC team.  She has volunteered her time to serve on the Classified Council for the past several years. Stratton was instrumental …
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Spotlight: Chelsy Harris, APT Employee of the Year

Chelsy Harris serves as the Dean of High School Programs and Concurrent Enrollment, serving the College for twelve years. Her commitment and dedication shines among students, faculty, staff, high schools and the Colorado Springs community as evidenced by the unprecedented enrollment increase in Concurrent Enrollment to 1,600+ students this fall semester. Harris guided her team with …
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$ Saving Holiday Gift and Craft Ideas

By Hannah Manandhar Zwahlen, reporter As the last Autumn leaves fall from the trees and the first snow falls, college students at PPCC are gearing up for the winter holidays with easy, fun, inexpensive DIY decorations and gifts that can be made using affordable items for this holiday season. Tin Can Santa: The next time you use …
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Herbal Remedies Ease Students’ Lives

By Stephanie Larkin, reporter Two of Colorado Springs’ herbal stores, Sage Woman Herbs, and Anna’s Apothecary can recommend herbs that help with stress, memory, strengthening immunity, and pain relief, and offer alternatives to a pharmacy as Flu season and upcoming tests and assignments wreak havoc on students’ mental and physical health. Herbs can be cheaper, …
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