On the night of Tuesday May 23rd, students gathered at the Rock Creek auditorium for the QRC’s (Queer Resource Center) Drag Ball Fundraiser. The fundraiser was to replenish the QSA (Queer Straight Alliance) funds that were spent on the group’s new mural. The event itself was free, so their money was
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 swarmed the car.
“What do we want? Fact based science! When do we want it? After peer review!” This has been quite the year for political marches. This Earth Day’s March for Science was far from the largest, but certainly had a good turnout. As a geology major, I felt a vested interest in
I walked into the Starbucks on Capital and Barbur, there was a group of women all in their sixties or seventies sitting at a table. I ordered my herbal tea and sat at the counter. I watched the women conversing and wondered: Which of them am I supposed to interview? I decided to do a
Tony Greiner, Faculty Adviser. Elsewhere in this issue is Kathi Rick’s tribute to her friend and student Gareld Gedrose. Gareld I was walking through the Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building at Cascade last year, looking at some photographs from an art class, and stopped to look at a large (3 foot
A video profile of Cascade art instructor Curtis Fairman has won “First Place” for Best Use of Multimedia Storytelling in the 2015-2016 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE). PNAJE is a group of journalism teachers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, and for the second year it has held a competition
Our “Humans of PCC” series continues with a five-minute video profile of welding instructor Mike Rasmussen. This video was created for Erik Fauske’s Multi-Media class. Missy Miedema did the camera work, Adam Michaels directed, sound recording was by “Olaf” and Keez Smith was the Gaffer.
“I am originally from Olympia, WA, where as a young child I stayed with my dad on a goat farm in an unplumbed, un-electrified shed. I ended up at PCC when I was 16, because I couldn’t stand high school anymore; high school teachers kept teaching me things I already learned
This 5 minute video was created for Erik Fauske’s Video Production III class. The Director and Editor was Nick Gattman, the cameraman for the interview was Jeff Coila, with Gabe Twigg as Gaffer and April Jones doing the audio. Jared Prophet served as Key Grip.
On the afternoon of January 17th, I visited a fellow classmate of mine named Michael. We had previously taken a writing course, and got placed in the same class again this term. We had discussed film making and writing, and he gifted me a Super8 camera to be used for a