OSU 'surprised' by court ruling in paper case

By Bridge Staff|October 25, 2012

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State University officials say they were “surprised” by a federal appeals court decision to revive a lawsuit filed by supporters of The Liberty, a conservative-leaning student newspaper. The lawsuit filed in 2009 alleged that university

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Portland Community College Mourns the Passing of Counselor

By Jesse Day|October 24, 2012

Sylvania – Longtime Sylvania Counselor, Roger Frank, was found dead in his vehicle yesterday afternoon. Frank was last seen alive on Saturday after visiting the Blitz sports bar and grill. Police responded after another counselor found Frank’s car in a

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Instructor and Artist Expand Inside Cube

By Jesse Day|October 8, 2012

Sylvania – She’s been toiling over the summer, stuck inside Sylvania’s “glass cube” gallery in the CT building. At the start of the Summer season, that gallery transformed into a workspace where the world could peer in on artist and

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Sylvania Welcomes Anarchist Community Organizer to Speak

By Jesse Day|October 8, 2012

Sylvania – Author, activist, and anarchist community organizer, Scott Crow is set to give a presentation titled Solidarity Not Charity: The Story of the Common Ground Relief Collective in New Orleans at Syvlania Campus on November 5. Crow, who works at

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Senator Jeff Merkley Visits Students, Encourages Voting

By Jesse Day|October 2, 2012

Sylvania – United States Senator Jeff Merkley helped Portland Community College student leaders at Sylvania campus kick off their voter registration drive. The senator spoke to a room packed with students and administrators on National Voter Registration Day, before touring

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Rebuilding A Burned Bridge

By Jesse Day|September 21, 2012

Sylvania – The Bridge, Portland Community College’s student newspaper has returned. But, alas, like a ghost town without proprietors, The Bridge is an online paper without contributors. This is a problem. We need people to be writers, photographers, and graphic

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District President Pledges to Raise $1 Million for Scholarships

By Jesse Day|September 21, 2012

Sylvania – Portland Community College district president Preston Pulliams announced he’ll be personally responsible for raising a million dollars in funds for students this academic year. Pulliams gave his promise to college staff at the district in-service on September 17.

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PCC Committee Looks for Input in Replacing District President

By Jesse Day|September 19, 2012

Sylvania – The Portland Community College board of directors is reaching out to students and the community in the search for a new district president. President Preston Pulliams announced his July, 2013 retirement back in March. Since then, the Board

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Cascade Bike Project!

By Julie Davenport|January 27, 2012

As the college invests in ecology through transportation demand management as well as other areas, I have a question for you. How are you contributing? Cascade students, if you would like to commute by bicycle, but simply do not have

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