March Horoscopes

(originally written pre-quarantine): Cosmic Cannibal Horoscope: Another March Bites the Dust By Cosmic Cannibal It seems that there’s never a month that passes where the planets aren’t making some sort of monumental shift. March is no different. In addition to the usual sign-shifting mosaic of Sun, Mercury, and Venus transits, Mars & Saturn will enter […]

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Gorton’s Fisherman Sets Sail for the White House

By Buster Bogtrotter — Political Correspondent Fish stick fans are reeling this week after 170-year-old brand ambassador of Gorton’s Seafood, the Gorton’s Fisherman, announced that he is running for President in 2020.   Since Fisherman’s announcement, detractors have come to the shore, attacking him and his lack of political experience, along with a personal life that […]

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Need something to read?

Here’s a list of suggested reading for Spring (in no particular order). Would you like to add to the list? Please comment below. Giovanni’s Room James Baldwin The Complete Stories Clarice Lispector Tr. Katrina Dodson The Dark Dark Samantha Hunter Sing, Unburied, Sing Jesmyn Ward Her Body and Other Parties Carmen Maria Machado Redeployment Phil Klay What is Not Yours […]

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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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Parley Staff Questions Own Existence

By Ocean Polly Randall, sometimes staff writer When individuals question the purpose & value of their existence, they experience what is known as an existential crisis. Staff members at Parley Publishing, the publishing house at PPCC, announced on Wednesday they are collectively experiencing an existential crisis. “Nobody here at PPCC knows what Parley is, so I’m beginning to […]

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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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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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