The Bridge’s Art Issue Release Show!

By Bridge Staff|May 24, 2019

The Bridge, is putting out their annual art issue, featuring student art, poetry, and wingnut ramblings. Join us to celebrate the issue release and end-of-year fundraiser at Xhurch, on Friday May 31st! The event will include live music performances from

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Submit to The Bridge’s Spring Art Issue

By Bridge Staff|April 17, 2019

This spring, The Bridge is compiling an arts issue, in which we will publish a variety of creative content produced by PCC students! In the printed version of the paper, we will include prose, poetry, photos, drawings, etc. Essentially, if

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Earth Week Hard Drive Smashing Event

By Bridge Staff|April 17, 2019

Are you starting your spring cleaning early and don’t know what to do with your outdated, no longer functioning computer hardware? Worried that your identity will be in jeopardy if you eCycle? Bring your drive to the Upper CC Mall

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Letter from Advisor

By Raymond Quinton|February 19, 2019

New Bridge Managing Editor…We are making another shift for the better at The Bridge. I’m happy to welcome our new Managing Editor, Miriam Vonnahme. She will officially be taking over the helm of the newspaper with this issue. Miriam brings

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I.D. Affirmation in Oregon and Beyond

By Rory Elliott|November 6, 2018

Did you know that in Oregon trans and non-binary folks are able to change the gender marker on their state IDs or State-Issued driver’s licenses by filling out a form and paying for the cost of the ID itself? Call

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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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Financial Literacy: Haunted House

By Bridge Staff|October 25, 2018

This Tuesday, October 30, 2018, from 11am-3pm, PCC’s Student Financial Success Coaches are hosing an Financial Literacy at Rock Creek Building 5 in Rm 122. We know that financial literacy can sound like scary topic but our goal is to

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Laundry Basket Project

By Bridge Staff|October 24, 2018

From October 8th to December 8th for the holiday season, the Women’s Resource Center is putting together their Laundry Basket Project. The WRC will be collecting cash and household items for donation to give to women escaping domestic violence the

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Katie San Roman|October 9, 2018

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). It evolved from a “Day of Unity” that was held in the 1981 with the intent to connect organizations across the nation that were working to end violence against women and their children.

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PCC’s Student Resource Guide

By Bridge Staff|October 9, 2018

PCC offers students many resources that are funded directly by students through the Student Activity Fee. Resource Centers like the DREAM Center can offer students who use them guidance and support in the many facets of their lives. Many of

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The Rules of Engagement

By Juan Lacayo|June 5, 2018

According to ORS 341.290 (4), PCC (and any other public college or university) has the legal right and obligation to “control use of and access to the grounds, buildings, books, equipment and other property of the district.” To this end,

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TEDx Comes to PCC

By Jake Edgar|May 22, 2018

TEDx is an independently organized TED event, and this years theme was “Collective Genius.” Largely organized by Mohamad Karim, the Director of Student Programs at Cascade Campus’ Branch of the ASPCC. It was an event that was filmed, streamed, and

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The Clothesline Project

By Katie San Roman|May 22, 2018

  *WARNING: * The Clothesline Project is a display of shirts with messages and illustrations designed by survivors of sexual, domestic, and/or gender based violence, or by a loved one of someone who has been victimized. Last April, in acknowledgement

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