The student called himself “Heinrich Himmler” — Hitler’s right-hand man — and spoke of carving flesh and killing babies, frightening faculty at the Pima Community College campus where killer Jared Loughner once studied.
A senior executive who has overseen a string of financial misdeeds at Pima Community College is seeking the public’s help to keep a closer eye on the bottom line.
Pima Community College is making good on a pledge to start treating its student veterans better.
Pima Community College has created a new executive position at the top and has chosen a highly-regarded figure to fill it.
Two top administrators at Pima Community College’s downtown campus have been let go amid claims that student veterans were harassed and that PCC’s veterans center is alienating those it’s supposed to help.
Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.
'American" doesn't mean "white." But before we get to that, a quick detour.
Pima Community College has finally made its apologies for how it handled - or rather, didn't handle - reports that the school's then-chancellor sexually harrassed, intimidated and retaliated against employees.
Open admissions has been a cornerstone of the community college movement throughout its history.
An embattled senior executive at Pima Community College has left the school with more than a year remaining on the contract for her $189,000-a-year job.
Pima Community College may be in turmoil now, but it's poised to become one of the best schools in the country with the right person in the chancellor's chair.
The head of Pima Community College's Governing Board doesn't think the board mishandled sexual harassment complaints against former Chancellor Roy Flores, despite a recent finding by the school's accreditor that it did.
The Pima Community College Governing Board has selected an interim chancellor to run the troubled school for the next several months.
The overseers of Pima Community College, whose ethics and competence have been called into question by the school's accreditor, faced mounting calls for their resignations Friday as college officials maintained PCC's problems are fixable and should not lead to probation.
The Pima Community College Board of Governors has neglected its fiscal, moral and public duty for years, and students, employees and taxpayers have paid the price.