Author Archives: Mountain.Barber

Mountain’s Book Recommendations

By Mountain.Barber|May 26, 2017

The Sculptor, by Scott McCloud This is my single favorite graphic novel, bar none. Death appears to a struggling artist in New York and offers

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Summer Pell Returns

By Mountain.Barber|May 15, 2017

Usually the government doing something that affects students is news to dread, but for once there’s some good news on that front. On Monday, May

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Dual-Enrollment Advice for PCC Students

By Mountain.Barber|May 15, 2017

Most students attending PCC for a four-year degree prefer to transfer entirely away to their new school, but sometimes circumstances call for students to dual-enroll

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations:

By Mountain.Barber|May 1, 2017

The Monkey Wrench Gang, By Edward Abbey Edward Abbey is often referred to as the “Henry David Thoreau of the Desert.” There’s a lot of

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Scientist Profiles

By Mountain.Barber|May 1, 2017

Here are three of the scientists that attended the Portland March for Science. These are just a few of the many scientists I spoke to

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PCC’s Language Exchange Program

By Mountain.Barber|April 17, 2017

The Language Exchange Program is a program to help students improve their language skills through mutual assistance. Students are paired up with other students to

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations

By Mountain.Barber|April 14, 2017

The Paper Trail: An Unexpected History of the World’s Greatest Invention, by Alexander Munro The first thing that occurs in a conversation about this book

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