Photos by Elena Doss While traveling abroad, I continuously asked myself, “Was it worth it?” Worth the hours of flying, planning, and preparing? Yes, yes it was; because not only did the experience within the Dominican Republic challenge me to leave my comfort zone, but it built me
Here we have an excellent aerial of what is now Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus located on N Killingsworth Street. The school began as a small Christian College which transferred its holdings to the entity that created PCC. The campus has transformed and expanded over the years since
Cleve R. Wootson Jr. of the Washington Post is responsible for this week’s headline. His story begins: First the good news: WHoever told you that Santa Claus was an impostor with a fake beard collecting a Christmastime check at the mall, or a lie cooked up by your
In the September 28 edition of The Bridge, Jake Edgar had a humorous editorial about how “Free Piles” have gotten out of hand in Portland. One anonymous reader had been stewing on it for awhile, finally sending in a postcard in early November. We nominate it as the
The Bridge does not have a complete copy of the Internal Audit into the health problems in the HT Building. It is providing pages 1, 6, 7, 9 and 11.
Jessica Howard, the President of the Southeast Campus shared this information at the SE Campus Inservice. The data was compiled with the assistance of PCC’s department of Institutional Effectiveness and drawing from research available from Multnomah County.The map to the left shows which zip codes supply the students who
Below are the five pages of the EPA required manifest for shipping hazardous materials. The manifest was signed on February 17, 2017. The first page lists the types of material that was removed from the HT Building. Quantities are given in pounds. So there were 334 pounds of