Author Archives: Katie San Roman

Katie San Roman

About Katie San Roman

Social Media has become one of society's main news sources, I hope that the Bridge can help students bring awareness to what will affect them as students or just as human beings. One of my main passions is music, no matter the format, but especially live performances, I love everything about music. I hope that with this platform there can be more of a highlight on local artists (all kinds: poetry, sculpture, dance, the list goes on). If you are or know of any artists that you would like to see in the Bridge please email or tweet me and we’ll check them out! Interests: Music, Pop Culture, Art

Panther Basketball Game Recap February 20th

By Katie San Roman|March 6, 2019

On Wednesday February 20th, your PCC Panthers played against the Mt. Hood Community College Saints in probably the most exhilarating basketball game I’ve seen in awhile. The women’s team started off the night, Latasha Villeda (10), scored the most points

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Humans of PCC, an Interview with Ralf Youtz

By Katie San Roman|February 5, 2019

Ralf Youtz was once a PCC student for five years. He is now a Statistics professor at PCC for the past six years. In 1990 Ralf dropped out of Reed College after three semesters. In 1999, he started taking classes for

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Tuition is Increasing & Everyone Should Be Worried

By Katie San Roman|January 23, 2019

In early December, President Mark Mitsui sent out an email notifying how Governor Kate Brown’s proposed (or lack of depending how you look at it) budget plan and how this would affect all seventeen community colleges in Oregon, as community

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Recap of Panther Basketball vs. Chemeketa CC

By Katie San Roman|January 22, 2019

On Wednesday, January 16th, the Panthers played the Chemeketa Storm at home, in the Cascade gym. The Women’s team play first with a rock start with Chemeketa having leading at the end of the second quarter; 41 to 15. Yet

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PCC Students Spend Their Winter Break with Habitat for Humanity

By Katie San Roman|January 9, 2019

Back (L-R): Luxo Lopez, Jade Vanatta, Nic Pham, Valentina Nolazco, Nicole Pruitt, Cesar Santiago, Chris Keith Front (L-R): Katherine Cox, Pedro Garcia-Balderram, Andrea Salyer, Mitzi Pulido, Kimberly Alvarez, Monet Sutch, Katie San Roman, Chi Pham On December 17th, 13 PCC

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Basketball Spotlight: Coach Tony Broadous

By Katie San Roman|January 8, 2019

  Back (L-R): Coach Bradley-Muhammad, Coach Guerva, Coach White, (30) Keyshawn Waters, (20) Leyson Farmer, (22) Mike Landi, (4) Tabor Bosco, (23) Benyle Jordan, (24) Rhys Atkinson, Coach West, Coach Wilson. Front (L-R): (5) Nathanael Boyer, (21) Sam Marcum, (10)

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It’s Not a Sprint, It’s the Portland Marathon

By Katie San Roman|December 4, 2018

If you haven’t been following the Portland marathon, let me catch you up. In 2014, there were so many EMS incidents during the actual race, that no ambulances were available in the entire Multnomah County system. In 2016, the marathon

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PCC’s Alternative Break : Waves of Change

By Katie San Roman|December 4, 2018

PCC Student Life and Leadership Programs give students the opportunity to travel outside of Oregon on an alternative break between terms. This winter break, 15 PCC student volunteers will build homes in Kaua’i with Habitat for Humanity. These student volunteers

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A Spectacular Production: PCC’s Midsummer Night’s Dream

By Katie San Roman|November 21, 2018

We’ve all read or seen some version of Shakespeare’s plays, so what can a company do to keep an audience engaged? Sylvania’s Theatre Department seems to have the answer. First off, the set was made entirely by students: the background

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Panthers Women’s Soccer Spotlight

By Katie San Roman|November 20, 2018

Women’s soccer ended their season as the third ranked team in the South Region. Many students come to PCC to play soccer at a higher level, sharpen their soccer skills, and gain recognition by playing for the championship-level Panthers. With

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to See A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By Katie San Roman|November 2, 2018

On Friday October 26th, I sat through a run through of the Sylvania Theatre Department’s rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is not just the cast that took part in the design of costumes and props; different groups

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To Mac Miller: Goodbye From a Fan

By Katie San Roman|October 23, 2018

It has been over a month since we lost Mac Miller, and I still can’t fully listen to his music without feeling the sting of sadness. For me, some friends introduced me to Mac Miller in high school and I

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