The Presbyterian Historical Society plans to open its archives to the public, especially for use by CCP students. Since 2018, PHS has been partnered with the College to create collaborative … Read More
CCP students look forward to what 2020 has to bring and look back on the last decade.
CCP introduces a way to get students on the right track
Philadelphia, the birthplace of the nation, opens 2020 with an empowering vision. The city’s epithet, “The City of Brotherly Love,” has been changed—for the year— to “The City of Sisterly … Read More
It is with a heavy heart to share that Troy Bundy has passed away. Bundy did the most for the student body, including mentor at the college’s Center for Male … Read More
In 2018 the Community College was the usual vibrant campus filled with young and older men and women aspiring to improve their life in one form or another. However, There … Read More
“To be or not to be, that is the question…” This was the question that was asked in the famous Shakespearean Hamlet, when the lead character Hamlet was questioning himself … Read More
Video killed the radio star in the late seventies according to The Buggles, though maybe we should start saying nineteen-seventies as we enter a roaring twenties of a new century. … Read More
In the prime of her life, Kendall Stephens has devoted her educational and job career to the humble act of extending a helping hand, especially in terms of her community. Whether it be working or just being seen, she is always there to help.
The start of the spring semester held a pleasant surprise for student workers: a campus-wide pay increase of $2.00. This pulls the previous campus work-study standard of $7.50 an hour … Read More
At the beginning of the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists award ceremony, Cheryl Thompson-Morton, program manager at the Lenfest Institute for Journalism, and speaker at the Awards advised the audience … Read More