COVID Conviction

By Tara Alexander Just like that Everything changed The world we knew Rearranged. From God bless you To God save us Who’d have thought It’d be so contagious? Pray for the world Stand up for supplies Face the tough facts Don’t shield our eyes. Some essentially go out All restructure work and home Each stepping […]

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All-Pikes Peak Reads Winners Riff on the American Dream

  By Sarah McMahon, Faculty Contributor In coordination with the Pikes Peak Library District and Colorado College, PPCC participates in an annual community-wide reading program, known as All Pikes Peak Reads. This year’s book was Helen Thorpe’s The Newcomers: Finding Hope and Refuge in an American Classroom. A Colorado journalist, Thorpe spent one school year […]

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Spotlight: Professor Amie Sharp, Resident Published Poet

By Suzanne Seyfi, Staff Writer Professor Amie Sharp is an award-winning poet and a PPCC English, Literature, and Creative Writing professor. “I’ve been pretty fortunate, after, you know, years of toiling in obscurity. I’ve got some good fortune and some good recognition coming my way, so I’m really grateful for that,” Sharp said. She encourages […]

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Parley’s 8th Edition Hits Campus Soon

By Camille Liptak Parley, PPCC’s own student-led literary journal, will release this year’s publication on Thursday, May 3 from 11:00 am-1:00 p.m. in the Atrium at Centennial Campus. The event will celebrate the published authors and designers with readings, meet-and-greets, book giveaways, and a slideshow. Refreshments and light snacks will be served. To mark the […]

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