Portland Community College’s Academic Integrity Task Force put together a report on the school’s “current practices and values as related to student academic integrity,” which can be found here. The investigation surveyed more than 1400 students and 200 staff members whom answered questions about academia and student integrity.
Ben Nzowo’s (pronounced n-zoh-woh) first experienced racial profiling last year, after coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the U.S. to study. He and his friends, all black, were driving to an ATM in Seattle, when they were pulled over. Soon more police officers showed up and
The nation of Venezuela is spiraling. In the wake of political and economic woe, thousands of Venezuelans have marched through the streets, taking part in what some are calling the beginning of a new revolution. The protests come amid signs that the state is shifting towards an all-out
If you’re anything like me (a small-bladdered germaphobe, whose inclination to avoid the common-cold probably comes off as haughty snobbery) then you’re not a fan of public restrooms. Here are a few of my bathroom turn-offs: door handles, pee-filled urinals, floors covered in pubic hair, and of course
By: Joe Riedl About a third of all people have or will experience domestic violence in their life. That’s 11,000 PCC students. That’s over 100 million Americans. Domestic Violence Awareness Week starts on Monday, February 27th on the PCC campuses. “The project started about five years ago,” says
Text and Photos by Joe Riedl On the Wednesday before the inauguration, student assistants by her side, Julie Keefe marched into Building 5 at Rock Creek and enlisted passersby to participate in her newest project, Messages to the President. Keefe is a local artist seeking change in the