Into the Archives

By Dom Belcastro|January 25, 2018

Dom Belcrasto   1974 July 18 – Title IX It may be hard to imagine any PCC campus without a women’s resource center, coed p.e. classes or legal protection from gender discrimination. The passage of Title IX did not immediately

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A Recent History of The Bridge

By Juan Lacayo|January 25, 2018

A Recent History of The Bridge Juan Lacayo PCC’s student newspaper, The Bridge, has a dramatic history that runs the gamut of critical acclaim, controversy, defunding, shutdown, and a subsequent revival: Following budget cuts that occurred in 2005, The Bridge

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Scientist and Sci-Fi Novelist to Speak Nov 19

By Tony Greiner|November 14, 2015

Ramez Naam, a scientist and sci-fi novelist will be speaking at the First Congregational Church (on the Park Blocks) on Thursday, Nov 19.  This is part of the Linus Pauling Science, Technology and Society lecture series. Naam’s most recent interest

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El Dia de los Muertos at Rock Creek: Nov 2 1-3PM

By Abby|November 1, 2015

El Dia de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead) is a Mexican celebration dedicated to celebrate, remember and honor those who have passed away. On this day in Mexico, the streets near the cemeteries are filled with decorations of

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Singer Zella Day in PDX Sept 23

By Bridge Staff|September 21, 2015

Zella Day will appear live in Portland, Oregon on September 23 at the Star Theater as part of her upcoming U.S. headline tour.  Opening the show will be recording artist Hawai.  Day’s tour also includes a performance at iHeartRadio Music

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The Bridge Maintenance Tonight

By Bridge Staff|September 7, 2015

The Bridge will be down for maintenance starting at 10:00 (22:00) tonight while we make improvements for the 2015-2016 school year. You can still find us on Facebook and at thebridge@pcc.edu. Thank you! -The Bridge Staff

Computers Stolen from SE Campus Library

By Bridge Staff|August 6, 2015

Early this morning, August 6 at about 2:52 am, a man broke into the Southeast Campus Library, and stole three desktop computers.  PCC Public Safety says the man drove his car onto a sidewalk in front of the north entrance

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Albert Hammond Jr. to play PDX

By David Aldred|July 9, 2015

Albert Hammond Jr. will be playing the Doug Fir Lounge in Portland on Oct 27, part of a tour that includes the Lollapalooza music festival at Grant Park in Chicago, and gigs in Pittsburgh,  and Philadelphia. The Bridge will be

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What's Happening at Cascade This Week:

By Bridge Staff|July 6, 2015

  Tuesday, July 7, 2015 09:00 AM              03:00 PM STEM Camp: Girls Inc…………………………………………………… JH 107 09:00 AM              05:00 PM Testing Center: Summer Swing Space…………………………… PSEB 103/111 01:00 PM              04:00 PM MSHP Division: Eureka Program………………………………….. JH 104 01:00 PM              02:00 PM

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Details on "Stand with Charleston" Events on Monday

By Bridge Staff|July 5, 2015

The recent “Stand With Charleston” email exchanges and a request from our students has moved the College Cabinet to invite all PCC students, faculty and staff to observe a moment of silence Monday, July 6, at noon. ROCK CREEK:  The

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Stand with Charleston Unity Event Friday

By Tony Greiner|June 25, 2015

On behalf of the Black Student Union, I am cordially inviting you to a Stand With Charleston Rally being held tomorrow evening within the Good In Hood community event. Location: N Flint Ave & N Russel ST. Portland, OR, 97227.

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Student Leadership Jobs at Rock Creek

By Bridge Staff|June 10, 2015

Applications for the Rock Creek ASPCC Student Leadership positions are now available. We are looking for positive, engaged, and hard working students to make a difference, build a resume, make connections, and learn!  We have the following four positions open:

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