We live in a city with a growing number of renters. Tenants across the nation are facing staggering rent increases, and as we know, the Pacific Northwest is being hit particularly hard by this trend. Portland renters will soon know if they can permanently rely on the unique
Opinions are something everyone has, and more people are making them known publicly because of social media platforms where people can rant about frustrations ranging from work problems to political issues. In today’s polarized political environment, your opinion can have you dubbed prescient, a political pundit or an
Macklemore Gemini Last month the Seattle MC Macklemore released his first solo album in more than a decade. Gemini shows Macklemore as a revived, more confident artist. In a recent interview he recently expressed that he was in a good place while making this album. The opening of
I can’t say I’d ever thought I’d feel particularly sympathetic towards a protagonist named Chester the Molester, but I never counted on this book. Jason Rizos, instructor at PCC, has created a truly weird story with Prom Night on the River of Death. Prom Night on the River of Death is
It’s Portland, Oregon near the end of summer. We just went to IKEA to escape the heat, and bought so much great stuff! So much great, cheap, amazing, and beautiful stuff! Oh Christ, but what about all this other stuff we have? This is just, just–junk…wait, I know!
Brand New, Science Fiction On 17 August, 2017 Brand New released their fifth studio album, Science Fiction, which is rumored to be their last. It comes from Lacey’s Procrastinate! Music Traitors label, and had been in the works for almost a decade. The wait was painful for those of us who
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn. If you’ve ever been annoyed by someone talking about shifting their paradigm, you can thank the physicist and philosopher Thomas Kuhn. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions was the work that introduced the concept into the popular parlance, and all of
If you’re anything like me (a small-bladdered germaphobe, whose inclination to avoid the common-cold probably comes off as haughty snobbery) then you’re not a fan of public restrooms. Here are a few of my bathroom turn-offs: door handles, pee-filled urinals, floors covered in pubic hair, and of course
By, Spencer Bengoetxea I am a student here at PCC that transferred from Oregon State University where I spent $22,000 to learn what my major would be. When first moving to University I had an idea that I would study what my brother studies, Computer Science and Mathematics.
With growing concern stirring the general public and student body, I wanted to address a few hands on methods that individuals can affect change in their communities. Donate to Charities that you believe in. For obvious reasons there are a plethora of charities, both local and national, to