Some Pueblo Community College students and LGBT performers said they were discriminated against after a drag show was cut short at a school function.
Nicole Craig was one of the performers from last week's PCC Spring Fling. She entertained the crowd as a drag king, dressed as a man.... more »
Pikes Peak Community College has received a $476,355 grant from the US Department of Education. The money is earmarked for Emergency Management planning. PPCC is the only college in the state to receive a grant, and one of just 17 nationwide.
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Pikes Peak Community College Centennial Campus was on heightened alert because of reports of a man with a gun late Friday morning.
It appears that a man was seen heading to the bookstore on campus with a gun in a holster strapped to his leg. Campus police ordered shelter... more »
A Pueblo native has been chosen as the new President of Pueblo Community College. Patty Erjavec is the first female president at the school. She currently serves as the president and CEO of El Pueblo... an Adolescent Treatment Community. She will begin her new job on June 1.
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A student club at Pueblo Community College is trying to help the homeless in tough economic times.
PCC's PS CARE Club will conduct its eighth annual "Building Bridges" sleep out from 7 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday in the college's outdoor amphitheater. The purpose is to raise awareness... more »
Two college students in Pueblo have taken a creative approach to help keep the internet free and open. Mike and Mark DeHerrera made a music video on the topic on Net Neutrality. In fact, they rap in the video. The self-proclaimed nerds made it as part of their introduction to... more »
Pueblo native Arnold Mitchem, who serves as President of the Council for Opportunity in Education based in Washington, D.C., will deliver the keynote address at Pueblo Community College's commencement this spring. Graduates of the Pueblo and Fremont campuses will be recognized at the ceremony that will begin at 7 p.m.... more »
A man who survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan in 1945 says people all around the world should oppose nuclear weapons. On Monday, Keijiro Matsushima spoke to students at Pueblo Community College and Palmer High School in Colorado Springs. Matsushima was 16-years old when the bombing happened. "I felt... more »