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

PCC Shines in Graduate Salary Rankings

The U.S. Department of Education has ranked local colleges on their graduates’ earnings compared to their cost of attending school. Portland Community College came through as the best in many categories. The story was broken by Andy Giegerich of the Portland Business Journal on Jan 6. Giegerich gave a shout out

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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 American South. Toad

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PCCs Athletic Past Recalled

She started running as soon as she heard the shot. Obstacles blocked her path, and again, again, and ten times in total she leapt over them, pushing herself onward. In just seconds, it was over. PCC student Kathi Guiney had finished the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 16.2 seconds,

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