PCC is looking for a Student Speaker for the 2014 commencement ceremony, Friday, June 13th at the Memorial Coliseum. If you are interested or know someone who might be, please go to “www.pcc.edu/commencement” for application information. The Student Speaker must be a graduating student.
Today’s story about snowboarding by Rock Creek editor Chelsea Standley marks the next step in The Bridge‘s development to a strong news site. Former PCC staffer Nicole Morales is currently teaching English to college students in Mauritania, a country in Western Africa. Her work caught the attention of faculty
The Illumination Project is Portland Community College’s contemporary take on “Guerrilla Theater”: using plays to convey a social message. The topics for Winter Term performances are Racism and Immigration. Although based at Sylvania, the Project will be presented at all campuses. Performances are free and all locations are wheelchair accessible. If you would like
As you know, Sylvania Campus President Dr. Linda Gerber has announced her plans to retire March 31, 2014. Linda has served the college in many roles during her career, including the last six years as Sylvania Campus President. While we will miss her very much, as a retiree
This is a continuation of Spanish Instructor Jan Underwood’s participation in the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Spain last Summer. Part one appeared in December. Day Two of the Camino Butterflies, dogs, family-scale grain silos of patterned brick, raised off the ground to protect their contents from
Justin Price, former Rock Creek campus editor of The Bridge will be reading some of his creative writing at “Milepost 5” on Mon Dec 19. (He is shown here in his snappy “Bridge Editor” hat.) The program begins at 7 pm, and features poets Bill Siverly and Katie Eberhart
Fellow Travelers In July, I traveled to Spain with other college faculty and staff to walk a piece of the 750-kilometer pilgrimage route the Camino de Santiago and to be introduced to Spanish history and art along the way. The route—actually the most well-traveled of multiple routes—starts in
The ASPCC office of all four campuses is calling for student submissions for a new district logo design. The logo will appear on all ASPCC paperwork and club promotional circulations. Besides being a great resume builder, there are awesome prizes for the top three submissions! *First Place Winner: