Leafleting at Rock Creek

Good Afternoon Rock Creek Students, A few days ago, members representing a local bible church placed a leaflet on cars in our parking lots. Clearly this message targeted our queer/trans community which violates our institutional values. We are also reminded that our parking lots are not free speech zones and that

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Goings On @ Rock Creek (and Beyond)

Writing Conference at Rock Creek On Friday May 19th Rock creek will have its first Groundswell Writing Conference where students  will present their original creative and academic writing on a range of topics, including sexuality and gender, nature and the environment, as well as politics and Portland’s housing crisis. There will

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Rock Creek Turns 40!

In honor of Rock Creek’s 40th birthday, the Art Collection Advisory Committee will be selecting 40 pieces from staff, non-faculty and former students to exhibit their work in the Helzer Art Gallery from May 8th to the 15th. Current students are encouraged to join, please see your current instructor. Artists must

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Stop! Bellwether Time!

Attention students, The Bellwether Review is now accepting submissions for its spring edition! The Bellwether Review is the Rock Creek campus literary journal in which we feature original student art and writing.  So if you love to write, or compose beautiful art, and you attend the Rock Creek campus, we highly

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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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In My Home

Portland is in the midst of a housing crisis. We live in one of the most gentrified cities in America, a fact that has prompted newly elected city commissioner Chloe Eudaly to propose an ordinance that would force landlords to pay the moving costs of their tenants after no-cause evictions, sparking

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