On Tuesday November 8th, as part of the Rock Creek campus Art Rock Celebration, a poetry slam was held in the common area in Building 3. Many talented students participated and brought forth an array of wonderful and well thought
Hips did not lie at the Family Glow In The Dark Dance, on Thursday the 10th! The Women’s Resource Center put on a fun filled event complete with glow sticks, balloons, cotton candy, temporary tattoos, popcorn, and a guest appearance
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
I was a pretty fat kid. Like seriously, I was a walking bowling ball from ages 8-12, and was often the subject of schoolyard torture. I once had a girl named Emily follow me and make sound effects as I
Leslie Boyd Writes: Best place to get some help studying? The Student Learning Center, of course! Best place to take a study break? The Student Learning Center, of course!
You are invited to the Open Mic Open Mind (OPM) event next Thursday, May 26th from 12-2 pm on the theme: Bias, Hate, Oppression and Human Nature. The theme was carefully chosen by the OPM committee to allow us to have a deep
On May 25, Guitarists and PCC Music Faculty Peter Zisa and Pam Beaty will present music inspired by Brazil. Zisa began his guitar studies at age 10 and played for legendary guitarist Andres Segovia. Zisa is a major figure in the
Headed by PCC faculty member Peter Zisa, Thousand Waves is a unique chamber group that celebrates the music of the East and the West. The group’s multi-disciplined performances are noted for their dynamic and interactive mixture of music and story-telling.
Janis Nichols writes: Rock Creek Campus students, and probably some faculty and staff, have been parking illegally on the side streets opposite our campus off Springville Road. Those parking spaces are reserved for residents who pay for the privilege of
Campus President Sandra Fowler Hill reports: While the biggest challenge of the day is moving folks into swing spaces or into their permanent locations, we still have some important construction projects we are tracking. Building 3—The demolition is complete and
The Associated Students of Portland Community College is the official name for PCCs student government. It is seeking students to work in Leadership for the 2016-2017 year. These Student Leadership jobs can help you learn leadership skills, make a difference, have
If you have a medical or behavioral question about your companion animal(s), the Veterinary Technology Department is still open to queries. As part of a class project, the students will research your question and answer it via e-mail sometime during
As many of you know, PCC has received the 2015 Tree Campus USA award from the Arbor Day Foundation. There were five Oregon schools selected this year and PCC is the only community College in the group. We accepted our
PCC’s student newspaper, The Bridge is recruiting editors for the 2016-2017 academic year. This is a great opportunity to have interesting work, meet fun people, report on stories that won’t appear elsewhere, and contribute to the life of Portland Community
It’s a week in honor of Latino culture, advocacy and celebration at the college’s Rock Creek Campus BEAVERTON, Ore. – From April 18-23, Portland Community College is hosting the 10th Annual Semana de la Raza (“Latinx: Communities Transcending Beyond Borders.”).