As we approach LGBT Pride Month (June), Portland Community College will be hosting a collection of events focused on LGBTQ+ pride, which will be spanning all four campuses for the next month, and then some. The QRC (Queer Resource Center) has a wide range of activities and performances planned for the
A great opportunity for those interested in global research is coming to Portland Community College in the form of two international scholars. As part of the Fulbright Scholar Program’s Outreach Lecturing Fund, which aims to enlighten students and faculty about the research they are conducting, PCC will welcome Wanna Prayukvong and
The fast-paced, high-energy theatre production ‘Love & Information’ is coming to Portland Community College starting May 5th at 7 PM, and continuing its run until May 14th. More specifically: Saturday, May 6th (7 PM) Thursday, May 11th (11 AM, “Pay What You Wish”) Friday, May 12th (7 PM) Saturday, May 13th
As race becomes a more pressing topic every day, having strong-minded people who are willing to speak out on the inequalities that exist in our nation is imperative. Dr. Marcia Chatelain is one of those people, and she’s not only willing to discuss it, but also take action on the matter.
Bringing together folks from all walks of life and all around the world, along with the meshing of different cultures is a wonderful thing, and no other place unites such a diverse group of people quite like a college does. From April 21-29, the Korean Culture Appreciation Club (KCAC) presents Korean
If you ask Andy Williams, the most wonderful time of the year is Christmas time (that’s the guy who sings “The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year,” for you millennials out there) and according to my younger brother/little kids everywhere summer is the best, because, well, there’s no school! Those are
In 2016, the theater world was taken by storm. ‘Hamilton: An American Musical’ became one of the most popular and acclaimed musicals of all time, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, the man behind it all, became a superstar. Fans from all around the world flocked to see Miranda’s production about one of this
By: Quinn Everts The recent presidential election has polarized the world even further, and people around the globe have been making sure their voices are heard. The discontent from Americans has been put on display in a variety of ways–protests have broken out, musicians from all different genres have released politically