STEM Week at Cascade Campus

By Leah Bell-Johnson|March 2, 2017

Recently Cascade campus played host to a series of workshops, documentary screenings, and presentations that made up STEM Week. STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, makes up a significant portion of the degrees earned at PCC. Due

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African Film Festival Wraps up 27th Year

By Mountain.Barber|February 28, 2017

by Mountain Barber The 27th annual Cascade Festival of African Films, which ran from early February through the beginning of March, is the longest running African film festival in the United States. It featured 23 films from across Africa, ranging

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Cascade Blood Drive Feb 8

By Bridge Staff|January 31, 2017

The average transfusion uses 3 pints of blood. A single care accident victim can use up to 100 pints of blood! Your single pint donation has the potential to be separated into 3 component parts—red blood cells, white blood cells

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Some Students Walked out in Response to Trump Election

By Bridge Staff|December 22, 2016

On Nov 23, there was a hastily organized effort to get interested students to walk out of class at noon in order to protest the election of Donald Trump. According to an email from Rock Creek Campus President Sandra Fowler

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Volunteers of America Give Help to Students

By PCC Press Release|November 30, 2016

In the interest of serving students more effectively, this fall Cascade Student Services entered into a partnership with Volunteers of America Oregon to provide wrap-around services that supplement those offered at campus resource centers. Students whose needs may lie beyond

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Free Food at Cascade

By PCC Press Release|November 30, 2016

In an effort to help our students address food insecurity at Cascade, this summer ASPCC Cascade established a partnership with the Oregon Food Bank to expand the Food Nook food pantry program on campus. The partnership enables ASPCC to purchase

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Fabrication Laboratory Opens at Cascade

By PCC Press Release|November 30, 2016

Located in the Paragon Arts Center on North Killingsworth Street, the Fabrication Lab recently opened its doors to students and community members interested in art and production. The Fab Lab is a collaborative, 1,500 square-foot space equipped with high-end, industry-standard

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Need Help this Holiday Season? Cascade ASPCC Can Help.

By Bridge Staff|November 20, 2016

ASPCC Cascade, with the help of Cascade Staff and Faculty, will again adopt student families for the 2016 Holiday Season.   If you are or know of a student who would benefit from this program the Cascade Student Union, Room 208 is the place to

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Sewer Repairs will Mess Up Parking at Cascade

By Mountain.Barber|November 17, 2016

Beginning this November, city crews are working on the Humboldt Sewer repair project. The plans for the project involve repairing or replacing more than three miles worth of public sewer pipes in the Humboldt neighborhood that are in poor condition-

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The Big One: PCC preparing for Distaster

By Mountain.Barber|November 4, 2016

At this point, hopefully everyone in the region has had their ear talked off about the giant earthquake threatening the Pacific Northwest. Unfortunately, though, while it’s been in the media quite a bit since the big New Yorker article last

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Gareld Gedrose: Photographer

By Kathi Rick|October 15, 2016

I didn’t know Gareld Gedrose very well outside of the art department of PCC Cascade. I knew he was a Vietnam veteran, I knew that he lost his leg to diabetes (we used to suggest that he use his prosthetic

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PCC Bears a Heavy Heart

By Jake Edgar|September 28, 2016

By Jake Edgar. Sometimes we have to address the more sensitive side of reporting, and with that in mind The Bridge feels obliged to call attention to some tragic events which occurred over the summer. On Saturday July 30th a

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