Stall Street Journal
The SSJ is a concise and bi-weekly publication that can be found posted on the walls throughout PPCC -- especially in the bathrooms. The journal informs the readers of things such as upcoming events and special announcements regarding Pikes Peak Community College. Below, you can find both the current and the most recent editions. Don't miss out on the next installment of PPCC's The Stall Street Journal!
Last Updated: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 10:00am
Volume 10, Issue 9
Feature: There's a healthcare worker shortage in our community, and PPCC is working to change that. The new Center for Healthcare Education & Simulation is located just north of our Rampart Range Campus. It will house the nursing, surgical technology, pharmacy tech, EMS, dental assisting and medical assisting programs and an interdisciplinary simulation lab, the only one like it in the region.
Volume 10, Issue 8
April 22-May 8, 2019
Feature: PPCC is committed to creating a more sustainable world. You too can play a crucial role every day. Participate in these upcoming events and learn more at ppcc.edu/sustain.
Volume 10, Issue 7
April 8-21, 2019
Feature: The Theatre Department presents a classic William Shakespeare comedy filled with love triangles, disguises, mischief, pirates, music and yellow stockings. The more tangled the knot, the more delicious the unraveling.
Volume 10, Issue 6
March 25-April 7, 2019
Feature: This 10,000 square-foot building is located across Sierra Madre, west of the main Downtown Studio buildings. It will house a black box theatre, dance rehearsal and performance space and an expanded art gallery. Studio West will help PPCC become part of the thriving downtown arts scene.
Volume 10, Issue 5
Feature: What Is The American Dream? Student presentations, discussion and art. Share your perspective.
Volume 10, Issue 4
February 25-March 10, 2019
Feature: Arnie the Aardvark has been PPCC's unique mascot since the early 70s. Vote to keep Arnie the Aardvark as our mascot, or suggest a new one.
Volume 10, Issue 3
Feature: Journalist, humanitarian and activist Shaun King will speak about racism as one of the most pressing problems of our time while urging us all to be better at moving toward a just world.
Volume 10, Issue 2
January 28 - February 10, 2019
Feature: This month PPCC honors the history and contributions of African Americans in our community and the country. Join us for these very special events.
Volume 10, Issue 1
January 14-27, 2019
Feature: Welcome week. Grab survival bags and free T-shirts ($5 for employees) and enjoy the film "Guardians of the Galaxy." Visit the Club & Service Fair to check out all the clubs to join and support services available for your success.
The SSJ Archive- Fall 2018
Volume 9, Issue 8
December 34 - 19, 2018
Feature: De-Stress Fest. Relax and revive during finals with fun activities including comedy coffee breaks, survival kits, Wii gameplay, a film screening of The Grinch, pancake day, and pictures with Santa.
Volume 9, Issue 7
November 19-December 3,2018
Feature: Spring enrollment is in full swing, and registering now will make it easier to get the classes you want. You don’t need to wait until your current classes are over before registering for spring.
Volume 9, Issue 6
Feature: PPCC honors all who have served. This year's celebration also commemorates the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Volume 9, Issue 5
October 22 - November 4, 2018
Feature: Students can win a 1-year membership from PikeRide, Colorado Springs' new bike share program, by achieving the most miles and trips in one week.
Volume 9, Issue 4
October 8 - 21, 2018
Feature: The Shadows. Don't miss this visual exploration of the taboos surrounding mental health and artistic expression in various mediums by Colorado artist Matte Refic.
Volume 9, Issue 3
September 24 - October 7, 2018
Feature: PPCC Is Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary. We started as El Paso Community College in 1968 and have been turning dreams into careers ever since.
Volume 9, Issue 2
September 10 - 23, 2018
Feature: Hispanic Heritage Month. Celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of the people whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Volume 9, Issue 1
August 27 - September 9, 2018
Feature: College bus pass program. All PPCC students can ride any Metro Mountain Bus any time for any purpose with a swipe of their PPCC student ID.
The SSJ Archive - Spring 2018
Volume 8, Issue 8
April 23 - May 6, 2018
Feature: Congratulations to the 2017- 2018 Graduates! Attend the graduation on May 12th and get your name in the program.
Volume 8, Issue 7
April 9 - 22, 2018
Feature: "The Trojan Women" is a Greek Tragedy, preformed with a female-lead cast. It takes places at the Centennial Campus Theater on April 12 - 21.
Volume 8, Issue 6
March 26 - April 8, 2018
Feature: The Community Resource Fair teaches students ways they can help their community with many things including Housing and Childcare.
Volume 8, Issue 5
March 12 - 25, 2018
Feature: Get on Board is an initiative & vote for PPCC students to be granted unlimited access to Mountain Metro Transit for a $10 fee per student.
Volume 8, Issue 4
February 26 - March 11, 2018
Feature: Get Your Arts On! Acclaimed musicians and artists will be guests at PPCC in order to educate and entertain us with their respective crafts.
Volume 8, Issue 3
February 12 - 25, 2018
Feature: Celebrate Black History Month 2018 with several activities throughout the month that help explore the theme of "African Americans in Times of War".
Volume 8, Issue 2
January 29 - February 11, 2018
Feature: The Club & Resource Fair will assist you in getting to know all the ways you can make your time at PPCC fun and successful.
Volume 8, Issue 1
January 15 - 28, 2018
Feature: New PPCC Programs gives the students even more choices in what career path to choose. These programs will train you for high-demand fields.