We Stand with Survivors

By Bridge Staff|October 23, 2018

On September 27th, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the time when, now Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh (*barf*), sexual assaulted her when they were teenagers. I don’t know if you watched or listened to

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Love Shouldn’t Hurt: Domestic Violence Survivors Impact Panel

By Katie San Roman|October 23, 2018

“Don’t worry brother, these things fall through.” “I will find you and kill you.” “I thought everyone goes through this.” These were some of the few phrases that were said at Sylvania’s WRC, Love Shouldn’t Hurt: Domestic Violence Survivors Impact

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F**ked-up Halloween Costumes

By Delia Torres-Enciso|October 23, 2018

Inappropriate “sexy”, culturally appropriated or socially insensitive costumes plague every Halloween. Whether it’s intentional or not it’s gross. Sometimes it really is an honest mistake that, unfortunately, is realized in hindsight. No matter the case, these costumes don’t just make

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Intersex Awareness Day Awareness!

By Rory Elliott|October 23, 2018

Intersex Awareness Day Awareness! October 26th marks Intersex Awareness Day. The main goal of this day to raise awareness about the treatment of children with intersex conditions by the medical establishment, as well as the stigmatization’s and errors around the

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Portland’s First Annual Tribal Nations Summit

By Joe Culhane|October 23, 2018

The morning of Friday, September 28th was rather warm for early autumn, with clear blue skies and the moon still showing in the sky off to the west. A very special occasion took place between city government officials and representatives

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PCC’s District Student Council

By Rory Elliott|October 10, 2018

The District Student Council represents the student voice at the district level. The DSC is dedicated to enriching the lives of all Portland Community College Students and community members. Their mission is to unify the Associated Students of Portland Community

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Dare to DREAM

By Delia Torres-Enciso|October 10, 2018

Like the aforementioned artists, your success as a student should not be hindered by your country of origin. If you need help as an undocumented or DACAmented student, PCC’s DREAM center can provide guidance, legal help and a safe place

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Five Artists You Should Know

By Delia Torres-Enciso|October 10, 2018

Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off September 15th every year and goes on until October 15th. This unconventional month of recognition has a rich history and oftentimes is forgotten due to its mid-month to mid-month awkwardness. September 15th was chosen as

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Academic Advising

By Katie San Roman|October 10, 2018

PCC advisors’ mission is to support students’ intellectual growth and promote student success while empowering students to attain and find their academic and professional goals. They can help with transfer programs, degree requirements, financial aid appeals, and GRAD plans. Appointments

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Breaking New Ground: Cascade Urban Learning Garden

By Joe Culhane|October 10, 2018

It’s been ten years coming but it finally happened: the Cascade Urban Learning Garden has broken ground. On Thursday, September 18th, upwards of 30+ volunteers were out doing the righteous dirty work of clearing sod. Among them were students, staff,

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Katie San Roman|October 9, 2018

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). It evolved from a “Day of Unity” that was held in the 1981 with the intent to connect organizations across the nation that were working to end violence against women and their children.

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PCC’s Student Resource Guide

By Bridge Staff|October 9, 2018

PCC offers students many resources that are funded directly by students through the Student Activity Fee. Resource Centers like the DREAM Center can offer students who use them guidance and support in the many facets of their lives. Many of

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Library: Reading is Sexy

By Juan Lacayo|October 9, 2018

The library is no longer only for pocket protector-wearing poindexters pursuing periodicals from days past. Books are officially cool (again) and the librarians at PCC are here to help you find your A-game in Information Literacy. Students seeking more effective

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