Students Define Black History Month

By Devon Martinez, Staff Writer Students at PPCC believe that Black History Month is an important reminder of how far society has moved forward in terms of equal rights, and the forgotten Black Americans who have made this country great. Almost no students interviewed, however, knew the answer to the question “Who started Black History …
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PPCC Thanks Veterans with Powerful Ceremony

By Israel Larson, Staff Writer Last week, Pikes Peak Community College honored the bravery, sacrifice and strength exhibited by military veterans through several events hosted around the three campuses. One event was the special thank you the college gave to our student and faculty veterans. Honoring those who have unselfishly served this country and its …
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Student Government Works Hard for Students

By Anna Higgs, Staff Writer Student Government (SGA) is at the heart of deciding what fun and exciting events happen at Pikes Peak Community College, in addition to advocating for students. This year, SGA is headed up by PPCC student, President Lacey King. King ran for Student Government because she “was always interested in helping …
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“Voices of the Street” Exhibit Showcases Urban Art at the DTSC

By Retta Edling   Public spaces come alive in student and professional artwork at the “Voices of the Street: Expressions of multicultural urban art” exhibit now showing at the Downtown Studio Art Gallery (DTSC). The show features multicultural urban art, architecture and local artists in paintings and photography. DTSC Art Gallery Coordinator, George Sanchez, planned the …
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