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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5 Albums You Missed Over the Summer

By Katie San Roman|October 9, 2018

Denzel Curry – TA13OO 27 July Denzel Curry released an album TA13OO [TABOO] over the summer that could officially retire the “underground rapper” ascribed to him. In a world where it seems like artists are putting projects out every five

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Democratic Socialism in PDX

By Dom Belcastro|June 5, 2018

Democratic Socialism in Portland The Portland chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America prepare for a busy summer. Between the campaign to gather signatures in support of the Portland Clean Energy Fund (PCEF formerly PJET), a first annual Socialism Summer

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Album Reviews, KYLE / Beach House

By Katie San Roman|June 5, 2018

KYLE, Light of Mine California rapper, KYLE, debuted his album Light of Mine on May 18. You may have heard of him by his stage name, SUPERDUPERKYLE. The fun-loving kid from Ventura is showing how hip-hop has evolved from its

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Humans of PCC: An Interview with Matt Stockton

By Katie San Roman|June 5, 2018

Matt Stockton has been teaching at PCC since 2001 and became a full-time faculty member in 2010 and recently became the Faculty Department Chair of Philosophy and Psychology at the Sylvania Campus. He got his undergrad at University of Oregon

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The Real Story Behind Pride

By Jason Tyler|June 5, 2018

Pride: it’s almost here. With June fast approaching, it’s time to dig the rainbow regalia, glittery eyeshadows, and festival wear out of our closets and take to the streets for the queerest celebration of the year: the Pride Festival. June

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How Do Students Spur Change? Pt 2

By Dom Belcastro|June 5, 2018

So you found a worthy organization, community group, or problem in your neighborhood in need of your time and energy. You know what PHB, NA, EPAP, and other messes of capital letters mean. You spent countless hours griping with others

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The Rules of Engagement

By Juan Lacayo|June 5, 2018

According to ORS 341.290 (4), PCC (and any other public college or university) has the legal right and obligation to “control use of and access to the grounds, buildings, books, equipment and other property of the district.” To this end,

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Institutional Slut Shaming

By Juan Lacayo|June 4, 2018

With the passing of recent federal legislation – [Allow States and Victims to] Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) and Stop Enabling Sex Trafficking Act (SESTA) – a once lucrative profession that was steadily becoming safer and more legitimized through

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TEDx Comes to PCC

By Jake Edgar|May 22, 2018

TEDx is an independently organized TED event, and this years theme was “Collective Genius.” Largely organized by Mohamad Karim, the Director of Student Programs at Cascade Campus’ Branch of the ASPCC. It was an event that was filmed, streamed, and

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