STEM Week at Cascade Campus

Recently Cascade campus played host to a series of workshops, documentary screenings, and presentations that made up STEM Week. STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, makes up a significant portion of the degrees earned at PCC. Due to this high number of STEM-focused majors and a general misrepresentation

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Sex Week at PSU

Ever had questions for a sex worker? Wanted to expand your knowledge on how to hook up with consent and safety? Been curious about Asexual Identities? During the week of February 13th through the 17th PSU put on 10 events dedicated to, surprisingly, sex! I attended “Read Me a Dirty Story,”

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PCC Remembers Japanese-American Internment 75 Years Ago

On February 21, PCC marked the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066 – an act, born of hatred and fear, that sent more than 120,000 Japanese-Americans to internment camps during World War II. Including a camp here in Portland, Oregon. The relocation of Japanese–Americans into internment camps during World War II

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Blast From The Past: PCC’s First Fire Truck

This 1982 photograph commemorates the donation of the first Fire Truck donated to PCCs Fire Science program.  The truck, a 1960 International Harvestmaster Pumper (and hence only 22 years old at the time) is being given to PCC President John H. Anthony (In the center) by Fire District 10 Chairman Bud

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PCC Shines in Graduate Salary Rankings

The U.S. Department of Education has ranked local colleges on their graduates’ earnings compared to their cost of attending school. Portland Community College came through as the best in many categories. The story was broken by Andy Giegerich of the Portland Business Journal on Jan 6. Giegerich gave a shout out

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Domestic Violence Week at PCC

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 Deanna Rebardo, an

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Oscar Winners?

By Aaron Bassow As February slowly marches on towards … well, March, the 2016 Academy Awards only loom closer in our view. Many people hold this ceremony in high regard, with an Oscar considered to be the highest honor a filmmaker can receive. This year’s Oscars is sure to be exciting.

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“The Assembly” At the Helzer Art Gallery

By Nicole Schmidlin for The Bridge Assembly. Prudence Roberts interprets this word out of its normal context, to mean, “right to, freedom of, act of.” Rock Creek’s Helzer Art Gallery is now featuring Assembly. This group exhibition is your chance to see artists’ interpretation of the recent presidential election. Prudence, Director

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