There are five great resources in the LINKS Department, and there are two programs I want to acknowledge in this week’s issue. These programs are commendable resources that we as a PCC community should cherish and celebrate. I am referring to Gateway to College and YES to College.
The Bridge won Third Place for “Best Series” at the Collegiate Day meeting of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association conference on Friday April 28. The award recognized the paper’s coverage (through over twenty different articles) of Whiteness History Month, a series of programs that brought PCC national attention.
The History faculty of Portland Community College have announced that 24 students earned the history focus award this year. There will be a ceremony recognizing this achievement on June 12 at Portland State University, which many of these students will attend next year. In particular, the ceremony will
The Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators has announced the winners for this year’s contest. Sergio Olmos won second place for “No Shelter” his story on living on Portland’s streets as a homeless person. It appeared last fall in The Bridge. This particular contest was focused on Community
PCC Southeast would like to congratulate the Beta Pi Rho chapter (Southeast) of Phi Theta Kappa on receiving 5 star chapter status again this year, as well as this list of well-deserved awards this past weekend: 2015 Distinguished Chapter Award (Top in the region) 2015 Honors in Action
Editor’s Note: For the second year in a row, several pro-Life groups set up displays with graphic, bloody images at the Sylvania and Rock Creek Campuses. Caleb Knezevich wrote to us to say that these groups are not affiliated with PCC Students for Life, and that as a
BEAVERTON, Ore. – Portland Community College student and Beaverton resident Eric Thomas, 22, is hacking his way to a better future. His team, named aptly Brain Storm, recently won top prize, or Best of Show, at the Portland hackathon called “Hack to the Future” held at the Portland
James Hill; Cascade Campus — Portland Community College students Tuong Hoang (Rock Creek Campus) and Quynh Do (Cascade Campus) can add “national scholars” to their academic résumés. The Coca-Cola Foundation and Phi Theta Kappa (honor society for two-year colleges) announced they are among a select few from around the country recognized by the
Student earns NASA internship at Wallops Flight Facility PCC’s Dave Coulter of Southeast Portland is helping a NASA project studying phytoplankton take off SOUTHWEST PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland Community College instructor Harry Davis likes to have students come up with a molecule of the week for his chemistry
For the eighth year, the PCC Library and the Friends of the PCC Library are offering the “Library Prize.” The Library Prize is a $300 Cash award given to the best student projects involving research for the academic year. Currently four prizes are awarded. Three are for projects