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PORT ANGELES – The Pirate men won in dramatic fashion Saturday night to join the women in a tie for first place in the NWAC North, going into a two-game road swing this week.
Sophomore Chris Reis banked home a left-handed scoop shot in traffic, at the buzzer, to lift the Pirates over Edmonds 73-72 Saturday, following a blow-out women’s game that saw the Pirates dismantle the Tritons 87-35.


The men moved into a first-place tie with Edmonds, both at 6-2, while the PC women remained in a three-way tie with Skagit Valley and Bellevue, all at 5-1.


The Pirates travel to Whatcom on Wednesday and then to Everett on Saturday, before returning home Feb. 17 against Skagit Valley.

The Los Angeles-based acapella band, The Filharmonic, a finalist on NBC’s “The Sing-Off” and also popular from the motion picture Pitch Perfect 2, will make a stop on its national tour at Peninsula College in Port Angeles on Wednesday, March 2, at 7:00 pm in the Little Theater. 

Peninsula College’s Magic of Cinema and The Sierra Club North Olympic Group are proud to present The Breach, a story of filmmaker and fishing guide Mark Titus’s journey to discover why the populations of native salmon--the most sustainable wild food left on the planet--have plummeted in the Pacif

PORT ANGELES – The Pirates are right where they want to be after the first of two rounds of North Division play.
The Peninsula women are 6-1 in conference, 15-5 overall, and tied for first place with Skagit Valley and Bellevue. Everett (4-3) trails in fourth place. The top four teams from the North will advance to the NWAC playoffs.
The Peninsula men are 5-2 in conference, 12-9 overall, and all alone in second place in the North. Edmonds leads the division at 6-1 and Everett and Olympic are tied for third at 4-3.

Peninsula College Multimedia Communications Instructor Marina Shipova will present the self-published works of several PC students at the Thursday, February 4 Studium Generale lecture in the College’s Little Theater beginning at 12:35 pm.

When you hear the word ‘eccentric,’ what pops into your mind? Someone who talks to herself on the bus? A conspiracy theorist elbowing you in the grocery store checkout lane?

The Peninsula College Foundation is offering dozens of scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2016-2017 school year. Scholarships are available in the areas of nursing and medical assistant programs; automotive technology and welding; for single parents and adults returning to college; students with financial need; science, English, business administration, and more. Scholarship applications are due Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Quinault tribe ambassador, master basket weaver, historian and storyteller Harvest Moon will be the featured speaker at the Studium Generale Lecture Series from 12:35 to 1:25 pm in the Little Theater on the Peninsula College main campus on Thursday, February 11, 2016. She will share her in-depth knowledge and insights about the sacred Cedar tree. Moon will discuss how each part of the Cedar tree is used in basket weaving and its significance to the past, present and future of Coast Salish tradition.  

The Peninsula College Foundation is offering dozens of scholarships to students attending Peninsula College for the 2016-2017 school year beginning today.

Calling all artistic students!

In support of our new water bottle filling stations which will be installed across the campus soon, the ASC is holding a Water Bottle Design Contest for current PC students!

BREMERTON – The Peninsula College women improved to 4-0 in conference play with a 68-57 win over Olympic Wednesday night, but the Rangers defeated the Pirate men for the first time in six years, dropping Peninsula from a six-team first-place tie in the Northwest Athletic Conference North Division.


The NWAC’s fourth-ranked Pirate women (4-0, 13-4) remain in a first-place tie with Skagit Valley (4-0, 14-6) and will face their toughest conference test to date when they travel to Bellevue (3-1, 13-4) on Saturday afternoon.


Parity is the word in the NWAC North, where Edmonds, Everett and Olympic improved to 3-1 with wins last night, while the Pirates (2-2, 9-9) fell into a tie with Skagit Valley and Shoreline, all at 2-2. The NWAC’s second-ranked Orcas of Whatcom are 1-3 and perennial North power Bellevue remains winless in conference play. The Pirates play at Bellevue on Saturday night.

BREMERTON – The Peninsula College women improved to 4-0 in conference play with a 68-57 win over Olympic Wednesday night, but the Rangers defeated the Pirate men for the first time in six years, dropping Peninsula from a six-team first-place tie in the Northwest Athletic Conference North Division.


The NWAC’s fourth-ranked Pirate women (4-0, 13-4) remain in a first-place tie with Skagit Valley (4-0, 14-6) and will face their toughest conference test to date when they travel to Bellevue (3-1, 13-4) on Saturday afternoon.


Parity is the word in the NWAC North, where Edmonds, Everett and Olympic improved to 3-1 with wins last night, while the Pirates (2-2, 9-9) fell into a tie with Skagit Valley and Shoreline, all at 2-2. The NWAC’s second-ranked Orcas of Whatcom are 1-3 and perennial North power Bellevue remains winless in conference play. The Pirates play at Bellevue on Saturday night.

Peninsula College’s Medical Assisting Program is accepting applications for the 2016 – 2017 academic year now through June 1, 2016.

Artist Counsel Langley 

PORT ANGELES, Washington (January 8, 2015) - Northwest native Counsel Langley will be the focus of Eye Contact, a solo exhibition at Peninsula College’s PUB Gallery of Art in the Pirate Union Building, January 19 through February 25.

Daijhan Cooks

PORT ANGELES – It’s too bad every week can’t be Pirate Pete’s Week.


The Pirates swept all four home games during Peninsula College’s annual spirit week event, concluding with the men’s thrilling 99-90 win over Everett Saturday night.


In Saturday’s other Pete’s Week game, the PC women overwhelmed Everett 77-55.


The Peninsula women improved to 3-0 in conference play and 12-4 overall and are in a two-way tie with Skagit Valley atop the North Division.


The PC men are now 2-1 in the North, 9-8 overall, and are now in a six-way tie for first place.


The Pirates are on the road this week, traveling to Olympic College in Bremerton on Wednesday night and then to Bellevue on Saturday afternoon.

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