Editor’s Note: Steve Duin, a columnist with the Oregonian, ran a column on Sunday that celebrated the success of three young women who are succeeding in life against great odds. One of them is Guadalupe (last name not given) a student
Editor’s Note: The report below was submitted to the safety committees during Winter term 2012 by the lead author, Kathleen Richardson, a member of the Biology faculty. Dr. Richardson was told that it was passed onto the PCC executive council.
SE students are invited to pick up a copy of “Center Street,” PCC Southeast Center’s 1st edition of their literary journal. This twelve page publication is a collection of poems, short stories, and excerpts, written by Southeast students and faculty.
With permission of the lead author, Kathleen Richardson, Ph.D., The Bridge is publishing the entire study written by Richardson and Sara Citrenbaum on the presence of fecal bacteria (enteric bacteria)in the hand dryers in PCCs bathrooms, and the possibility that
INTRODUCTION The proliferation of ecofriendly high speed hand dryers is predicated on the assumption that these devices are as hygienically safe as conventional hand drying approaches. But is this actually the case? Or, conversely, do these devices in fact negate the effects of hand washing
Event: Faculty/Student Literary Reader Tuesday May 7, 3:00p-5:30p in MTH 138 The presenting writers and readers have already been chosen for this event; so come to listen and think about what you might like to contribute at the next reading
While no one would say that the sole value of a college education is how much money one can make after graduation, earnings are certainly important. An article in the April 26 Wall Street Journal “A Diploma’s Vanishing Value” points
PCC has released a YouTube video introducing Dr. Jeremy Brown, who will become PCC’s Fifth President beginning July 1. He also set up an easy-to-remember email address: firstname.lastname@example.org The video is three minutes. Watch it at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2UvPPoFJSI
On April 25th, the OSA and OCCSA will be hosting a joint rally day to protest decreases in funding for community colleges and universities, proposed tuition hikes, and advocating for increases in funding for need based financial aid. Specifically, these
Join the Oregon Student Association (OSA) and other Oregon public Universities in holding rallies and lobbying the legislature in making higher education more affordable and accessible. Rally Event: Thursday, April 25th 12:00pm at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem. RSVP
On May 7th the PCC Theatre program in association with Atomic Arts and PCC Artbeat will present Scenes from “Trek in the Park“, live scenes from the original Star Trek series acted by PCC advanced acting students. The cost is free, the
Author Jean Kwok’s main event. April 18, Thursday 3-4:30 SE Campus, Mt. Tabor Building’s Great Hall Meet Author Jean Kwok and join in the Q&A as she shares insight about her book, “Girl in Translation”. If you’re interested in listening
As the PCC Board continues its negotiations with Jeremy Brown, the candidate chosen to replacement Dr. Pulliams, questions have arisen about Dr. Brown, in particular his accepting a position as Acting President position at State University of New York-Canton (SUNY-Canton)
While some may find “active shooter drills” annoying, they reflect an unfortunate side of our society. On Friday, Christiansburg Virginia police arrested an 18-year old student at New River Community College for shooting two at a branch of the campus
Sylvania – Citing lack of state funding and increased student enrollment, Portland Community College President Preston Pulliams announced the cuts of 115 jobs among other cost-saving measures as part of the school’s budget plan. In a district-wide letter, Pulliams cited