Sylvania Band Offers Scholarships

Sylvania — PCCs Symphonic Band is offering  one-credit scholarships for selected musicians who want to play in the ensemble this winter. The PCC Foundation has established a number of $79 scholarships for the group. The $79 is to cover the tuition for the course. Director Rob Izzett said that

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OSU 'surprised' by court ruling in paper case

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State University officials say they were “surprised” by a federal appeals court decision to revive a lawsuit filed by supporters of The Liberty, a conservative-leaning student newspaper. The lawsuit filed in 2009 alleged that university officials arbitrarily restricted the paper’s distribution when they

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Instructor and Artist Expand Inside Cube

Sylvania – She’s been toiling over the summer, stuck inside Sylvania’s “glass cube” gallery in the CT building. At the start of the Summer season, that gallery transformed into a workspace where the world could peer in on artist and PCC instructor Vicki Lynn Wilson. This is where

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Senator Jeff Merkley Visits Students, Encourages Voting

Sylvania – United States Senator Jeff Merkley helped Portland Community College student leaders at Sylvania campus kick off their voter registration drive. The senator spoke to a room packed with students and administrators on National Voter Registration Day, before touring classrooms and talking to students. Merkley pointed out

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Rebuilding A Burned Bridge

Sylvania – The Bridge, Portland Community College’s student newspaper has returned. But, alas, like a ghost town without proprietors, The Bridge is an online paper without contributors. This is a problem. We need people to be writers, photographers, and graphic designers. However, for The Bridge to be a

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