A Recent History of The Bridge

A Recent History of The Bridge Juan Lacayo PCC’s student newspaper, The Bridge, has a dramatic history that runs the gamut of critical acclaim, controversy, defunding, shutdown, and a subsequent revival: Following budget cuts that occurred in 2005, The Bridge lost its administrative funding from the college’s general

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Scientist and Sci-Fi Novelist to Speak Nov 19

Ramez Naam, a scientist and sci-fi novelist will be speaking at the First Congregational Church (on the Park Blocks) on Thursday, Nov 19.  This is part of the Linus Pauling Science, Technology and Society lecture series. Naam’s most recent interest in in using genetics to make us “biologically

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El Dia de los Muertos at Rock Creek: Nov 2 1-3PM

El Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead) is a Mexican celebration dedicated to celebrate, remember and honor those who have passed away. On this day in Mexico, the streets near the cemeteries are filled with decorations of papel picado , flowers, candy calaveras (skeletons and

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Singer Zella Day in PDX Sept 23

Zella Day will appear live in Portland, Oregon on September 23 at the Star Theater as part of her upcoming U.S. headline tour.  Opening the show will be recording artist Hawai.  Day’s tour also includes a performance at iHeartRadio Music Festival’s Daytime Village at the MGM Resorts on

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Computers Stolen from SE Campus Library

Early this morning, August 6 at about 2:52 am, a man broke into the Southeast Campus Library, and stole three desktop computers.  PCC Public Safety says the man drove his car onto a sidewalk in front of the north entrance (the side facing the interior grassy area) broke

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