Presidential Finalist Mark Mitsui

By John Ostgarden|May 23, 2016

Mark Mitsui has been Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Colleges at the United States Department of Education since 2013.  As that position is one appointed by the President, his position will be probably end next January, and he has applied

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“Remembrance Rug” returns to SY

By PCC Press Release|May 19, 2016

The “Remembrance Rug” will be making an encore appearance at Sylvania, just in time for Memorial Day. The 200 foot-long folk art piece will be taking over the CC Upper Mall 25 – 27 May.  The Remembrance Rug was created

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Skill Center Common Hour at Cascade May 25

By PCC Press Release|May 19, 2016

All are welcome to attend the Skills Center Social Hour, May 25 from 1-2 pm.  Here is a chance to learn about plans for the Margaret Carter Skill Center, provide feedback and mingle with colleagues.  Coffee and dessert will be

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Poetry of World War I Lecture and Reading

By Bridge Staff|May 19, 2016

As part of Cascade Campuses “Common Hour” experiment, all are invited to a lecture and reading of poetry from the First World War.  Tony Greiner, a librarian at the campus, will give an overview of English-language poetry from the war,

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Facing the Truth: Race and Criminal Justice in Multnomah County

By Bridge Staff|May 11, 2016

May 26, 2016 // 7 p.m. Portland Community College, MAHB Auditorium // 705 N Killingsworth Communities of color are vastly over represented at each stage of Multnomah County’s adult criminal justice system. Representatives from community organizations and the justice system

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