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PC President Dr. Luke Robins says, “The agreement provides an opportunity for Bates students to make a seamless and cost-effective transition to a bachelor’s program."
Karen Hackenberg will talk about her art and share some of the creative processes she goes through as she creates her pieces at Studium Generale.
John Stark’s autobiographical one-man show, which successfully premiered recently at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles, is coming to Peninsula College’s Little Theater December 5 and 6 for two appearances.
The Peninsula College Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Olympic Express Big Band will join together on December 12 on the stage of the Peninsula College Little Theater for a night of spirited jazzy tunes and holiday cheer, all for a great cause—the Peninsula College Foundation.
The public is invited to celebrate the works of Peninsula College English Faculty Dr. Jim Fisher on Wednesday, December 4, when he is joined by several friends to present excerpts from his writings.
PORT ANGELES – The second annual First Federal Pirate Classic comes to the Peninsula College gym this weekend, bringing two days of men’s basketball to our community, thanks to a $2,000 sponsorship by First Federal.
Saturday’s games feature Grays Harbor College vs. Blue Angels at 5:00 and Northwest Indian College against the Peninsula Pirates at 7:00. On Sunday, it’s NWIC vs. Blue Angels at 1:00 and Grays Harbor vs. the Pirates at 3:00.
“It will be the last time fans can see the Pirates at home before NWAACC conference play gets under way in January,” said Director of Athletics Rick Ross. “Coach Mitch Freeman has done a great job putting this Classic together and fans will get to see some great college basketball.”
The Pirates are coming off a 77-76 thrilling season-opening win over Clark, making coach Freeman the winningest coach in Peninsula College history, as he currently sports a .1000 winning percentage, Ross added.
Makah Tribal member Micah McCarty will open the Peninsula College Longhouse Lecture Series examining tribal perspectives on water on Wednesday, December 4.
PORT ANGELES - The Mitch Freeman Era of Pirate basketball officially opened Tuesday night with a coaching gem, a 77-76 win over a big and very good Clark team.
The deck was stacked against the Pirates, as they tipped off their 2013-14 campaign against a team that was big, deep and talented - and a team playing their third game of the season, coming off wins over Bellevue and Portland. The PC men, meanwhile, were playing their first non-conference game of the year and fielding a roster that was not complete due to injuries and players waiting to become eligible.
"It was a great coaching job by Mitch and his staff, Jon Ing and Fred Harrison, to prepare this team to play at that level in their first outing," said Director of Athletics Rick Ross. "They played very hard, they played hurt and they played with poise, which you might not expect from a team that had no Pirate returners on the floor."
PORT ANGELES - The Pirate women are 2-2 going into the Thanksgiving weekend break and will resume play on the road at Highline on Dec. 12 and then at the Pierce Tournament Dec. 13-15.
The PC women won their opener at Wenatchee 64-56 back on Dec. 15, led by the 15 points each from Alison Knowles and Miranda Schmillen, 12 points from Madison Pilster, and 11 points and 15 rebounds from Gabi Fenumiai.
The Pirates then traveled to the Everett Tournament where they shot a chilly 26 percent from the floor in a tough 54-34 setback in their opener against Spokane. Fenumiai was the only Pirate in double figures, recording her second double-double in as many starts with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
The editors and staff of Tidepools Magazine are pleased to announce the opening of the contest for the 50th anniversary edition.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival actors Benjamin Pelteson and Eduardo Placer from Ashland, Oregon, will present two public performances at Peninsula College on Tuesday, November 26.
The popular Crescent Blue Bluegrass Band will bring its own unique sounds to Peninsula College in Forks on Saturday, November 23, when it performs in a free concert at the college site at 71 South Forks Avenue. The concert will begin at 7:00 pm.
Their repertoire has its roots in chamber music, which they combine with a mix of modern and popular sounds, resulting in what they call “social chamber or 21st Century Parlor Music.”
On Thursday, November 21st, the White House will honor Brian Walsh as one of 10 local heroes who are “Champions of Change.”
From the freezing temperatures and a down pour of rain, the Peninsula College Pirates rose above the adverse conditions to win the NWAACC Championships!