HERE // Humboldt: More Than An Instillation, More than Interactive

By Rory Elliott|April 23, 2019

What’s It About? Until April 25th, PCC’s Paragon Art Gallery on N Killingsworth is hosting an interactive installation. HERE // Humboldt, centers the voices of black artists and community members located in the rapidly gentrifying, and historically black neighborhood of

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Creating Inclusive, Socially Just Campus Environments at PCC

By Joe Culhane|April 23, 2019

On March 3rd & 4th, roughly one hundred staff, faculty, and administrators of Portland Community College participated in a training entitled Creating Inclusive, Socially Just Campus Environments. The event was facilitated by Jamie Washington, Ph.D., of Washington Consulting Group and

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Submit to The Bridge’s Spring Art Issue

By Bridge Staff|April 17, 2019

This spring, The Bridge is compiling an arts issue, in which we will publish a variety of creative content produced by PCC students! In the printed version of the paper, we will include prose, poetry, photos, drawings, etc. Essentially, if

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Earth Week Hard Drive Smashing Event

By Bridge Staff|April 17, 2019

Are you starting your spring cleaning early and don’t know what to do with your outdated, no longer functioning computer hardware? Worried that your identity will be in jeopardy if you eCycle? Bring your drive to the Upper CC Mall

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Recap of 2019 GPSEN Sustainability Symposium

By Joe Culhane|April 4, 2019

Friday March 8th, the Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN) hosted its signature event, The GPSEN Sustainability Symposium: “Building Bridges to Sustainability.” The event was held at Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus. The day was filled with so many valuable

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Don’t Yield Keep Enduring: KayelaJ

By Kanani Cortez|April 4, 2019

For those who are tapped into Portland’s local music scene, it’s only a matter of time before one hears of Makayela Johnson (KayelaJ). Between her explosive first single, Heat Gentlemen’s Club, her many shows at local venues, and her podcast

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Panther Basketball Game Recap February 20th

By Katie San Roman|March 6, 2019

On Wednesday February 20th, your PCC Panthers played against the Mt. Hood Community College Saints in probably the most exhilarating basketball game I’ve seen in awhile. The women’s team started off the night, Latasha Villeda (10), scored the most points

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PCC’s Multicultural Center

By Kanani Cortez|March 6, 2019

The PCC Sylvania multicultural center (MC) serves as a resource center for PCC’s students of color. Each of PCC’s campus has a multicultural center with a mission   “to support the recruitment, retention, and holistic (academic, leadership, professional) success of

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Youth V. Gov, Kiran Oommen and the Climate Trial of the Century

By Joe Culhane|March 6, 2019

   Last week, at the Washington Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference,  a plenary panel that involved members of “Our Children’s Trust” took place to discuss the “Climate Trial of the Century.” The panel was titled: “Juliana v. United States: Using

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How to “Love your Wallet” This Tax Season

By Eli Soria|February 19, 2019

By Eli Soria of The Student Accounts Office – Financial Success Program With the beginning of the 2019 New Year, qualified students will receive the 1098-T form, which is used by educational institutions to report amounts paid toward qualified tuition

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