District Wide Student Government Survey

By Charles Claringbold|February 25, 2016

ASPCC, PCC’s student government is surveying students from ALL campuses for feedback on how effective PCC is in communicating to students – focusing on student services, etc. All students – district wide – are encouraged to participate. To provide feedback, please click

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[southeast] Talk Show With Campus Administrators [Monday]

By Charles Claringbold|February 19, 2016

Hi Southeast! This Monday, the 22nd of February ASPCC will be hosting a Talk Show with our campus administrators. Jessica Howard, Miriam ​​Friedman, and Craig Kolins will be talking about the goals of our campus and answering questions that the students have. Lunch

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Southeast Campus In Search Of Earthquake Victims for CCERT Final

By Charles Claringbold|February 15, 2016

When an earthquakes strikes what will you do? To find out what PCC is doing, consider volunteering as a victim during the Campus Community Emergency Response Team(C-CERT) disaster simulation. We need victims! We need lots of victims! But only for a few

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Healing Through Writing

By Charles Claringbold|February 2, 2016

 This Week at the SE Women’s Resource Center   Feminist Self Care Series Today: Free Self Care Sessions Feeling stressed out? Having pains and aches? School making you sick? Feeling out of touch with your body? Please join the WRC

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By Charles Claringbold|January 23, 2016

Video Credit: KATU Communities The Office of International Education has planned a super fun event that will take place next Saturday, January 30th – Cosmic Snowtubing at Mt. Hood! We’ll be tubing in the dark with a DJ, black lights,

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Updates from the SE Women’s Resource Center

By Charles Claringbold|January 18, 2016

PCC SE Women’s Resource Center welcomes you to Winter at the SE WRC  We have big plans! The SE WRC is finding our feet!  We have new staff and new ideas.  We wanted to give you an overview of what

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Everybody Reads 2016: “The Book of Unknown Americans”

By Abby|January 15, 2016

(as quoted from the PCC library webpage on the topic)  What if a community came together to read and discuss a book? This is a long-standing tradition in our community. Each year Multnomah County Library hosts Everybody Reads – an event

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WomenStrength Class Review

By Abby|November 28, 2015

I sadly couldn’t make the Women’s Self-Defense training offered earlier this month at Sylvania’s campus, but I did recently finish a pretty cool, yet intense, program offered through the Portland Police Bureau that I highly recommend for all women called WomenStrength.

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Tuition and Budget Forums to Be Held This Week: Students Welcome

By Bridge Staff|November 23, 2015

The Board of Directors and the PCC Administration are hosting tuition and budget forums this week in an attempt to build stronger, more inclusive communication models with students. These forums will inform students about how their tuition dollars are allocated

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Michael Dembrow, PCC Prof and State Senator at SE Friday

By Bridge Staff|November 9, 2015

Michael Dembrow, state senator and long-time PCC writing instructor is the special guest at Friday’s “Conversation Cafe” at Southeast Center, in the Community Hall. While the Conversation Cafes normally target students for whom English is not their first language, in

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Conversation Cafe for Friday Nov 6: Careers in Science

By Charles Claringbold|October 21, 2015

The Conversation Cafe topic for Nov 6 is Careers in Science, emphasizing Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. (STEM) It will be held at the Great Hall of the SouthEast Campus Friday, Nov 6 from 11:30-1:30 Conversation Cafe is a program

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