Reflections on The Bridge’s first year back into print. It’s almost over folks, and it’s been one heck of a ride. We wanted to take a moment to talk about some of the changes that have occurred here with The Bridge and some of the plans we have
Ben Nzowo’s (pronounced n-zoh-woh) first experienced racial profiling last year, after coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the U.S. to study. He and his friends, all black, were driving to an ATM in Seattle, when they were pulled over. Soon more police officers showed up and
These are love songs. That is important to understand. Death is real. This aspect of the album cannot, and should not be ignored. The loss of Phil Elverum’s wife, is the crux by which this album was forged. But as a larger concept, I think what the album
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
In six short years, PCC’s Newberg Center went from being a success story to the center of an epic and expensive debacle. In 2010, PCC began plans for the $7.2 million Newberg Center. A year later the building was opened, earning commendation for its sustainable design and architectural
The Monkey Wrench Gang, By Edward Abbey Edward Abbey is often referred to as the “Henry David Thoreau of the Desert.” There’s a lot of truth in this comparison, though Edward Abbey was significantly more likely to get in a fight or fart in polite company. Published in
“What do we want? Fact based science! When do we want it? After peer review!” This has been quite the year for political marches. This Earth Day’s March for Science was far from the largest, but certainly had a good turnout. As a geology major, I felt a
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.