Author Archives: Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner

Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner

About Faculty Advisor Tony Greiner

As faculty advisor, I see my primary role as helping the editorial staff navigate PCCs policies and procedures. Although I am not a journalist, I do have some chops and experience as a writer, with a dozen or so articles and a book and a half (one was co­written) to my credit. I can also give some continuity as we move from year to year, with the staff changeover that is sure to accompany that. This is a student newspaper, and I think what we publish should come from students. Happy Reading, Tony Greiner

How Work Study Works

“Work-Study” is a program of the Federal Government that has three purposes:  To give needy college students a chance to make some money, provide work experience, and to provide colleges with a source of labor. The maximum award for work-study jobs at PCC is $4,500 over either three

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Toad Suck Summer

Toad Suck Summer recounts one person’s experience in the Civil Rights Movement. By Tony Greiner, Faculty Adviser and PCC Librarian. Laurence Wiig, a Hillsboro resident who grew up in Hawaii, has published a slender book of his memories of his youthful years in Hawaii, Berkeley California, and the

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