*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
For some college students, Spring Break means a trip to Cancun and an umbrella drink. More likely for PCC students, Spring Break means a chance to pick up some extra shifts at work, spend more time with family, or catch
The PCC Bridge Newspaper staff are compelled to comment on the most recent US missile strikes in Damascus, capital of Syria: It has been roughly a week and a year since the US military bombed Shayrat Airbase in Syria.
Portland saw students of all ages as well as supportive parents, teachers, and other concerned individuals gather for the “March for Our Lives,” on Saturday morning, March 24.
Jake Edgar On March 14th, in response to the Parkland Shooting, there were gun law protests all across the nation. The PCC campuses were no different. At cascade over 100 students walked out of their classes to say #enough is
A midday panel discussion about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women was in the Cascade Student Union on March 7. Speakers included Marita Growing Thunder representing Save Our Sisters: #MMIW Awareness; Luhui Whitebear, doctoral student of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies