PCC Club Fair

There are many ways to get more involved on campus. Discover what’s available at the PCC Club Fair, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Fortino Ballroom.

Sign up now for March student recreation trips

Two great student trips are on the horizon for spring break: First up is a day hiking drip to Comanche National Grassland on March 20 to see dinosaur tracks, rock art and the Santa Fe Trail. It’s free for current students. On March 22, there will be a ski trip to Monarch. Cost is $40 and it’s for current students only. Sign up for both trips in the Rec Center; call 549-3363 for information.

Art exhibit opens Tuesday in San Juan Gallery

Stop by the San Juan Gallery (SJ-205) to see “Coeval,” an exhibit of charcoal and ink drawings by Caroline Peters. It will be on display from Tuesday through Feb. 23. Peters is an associate professor of contemporary theory and art history, as well as gallery director, at Colorado State University-Pueblo.


Colorado Crisis Services: Help is always available

Colorado Crisis Services is available 24/7 to help anyone experiencing personal crises such as suicidal thoughts, bullying and disability issues. You can call their crisis line at 1-844-493-8255; visit the office at 1302 Chinook Lane; text TALK to 38255; chat online at ColoradoCrisisServices.org; or visit the mobile unit through Health Solutions, 719-568-3750.


Notes . . .

• Pantry sponsor - Sunflower Bank hosted a food drive for the Panther Student Pantry in December. The bank collects food for the Pueblo and Fremont campuses and has worked with PCC for three years. We’re grateful for their continued support.


• College rep visit - A representative of Grand Canyon University will be in the AB commons from 9-11 a.m. and at the Fremont Campus from 1-3 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 23.


Quote for the Day

"America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand." ~ Harry S. Truman