Upcoming Events of the Student Government Association

By Adonis Jaramillo, Student Government President Here’s what’s happening in Student Government for October: Free Food at Q&A with PPCC President, Dr. Lance Bolton, and have a meal while you talk. This event is a good place for students to voice their questions and concerns to the administration face to face. If students are unable to be […]

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Dance Department Makes Moves

By Jake Altinger The PPCC Dance Department recently performed Borders at the Colorado Dance Education Organization Dance Conference (CoDEO) held at the Denver School of the Arts on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The piece was choreographed by PPCC dance student Kailani Dobson and inspired by the Syrian refugee crisis. Borders received great praise from many of the […]

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Elevating Opportunities at Quad

By Camille Liptak and Brian Pharies   Quad is an unprecedented partnership directing bright minds in the city of Colorado Springs to transform the way students approach and pursue innovation. PPCC student Cordelia Feess-Armstrong participated in the 2017 Summer program. She first heard about Quad from her Group Communications instructor, and was intrigued by the […]

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Pepper and Dewey Remembered

By Leslie James On Sept. 27, a memorial ceremony was held at the Centennial Campus courtyard for student Christopher Pepper, his mother, Barbara Pepper, and PPCC Philosophy Professor Rachel Dewey. The Peppers were victims of a homicide on May 12. Rachel Dewey lost her life in a fatal ski accident on March 19. Dewey was skiing […]

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