Yes to Yes Yes Books!

By Rory Elliott|November 20, 2018

If you have never heard of Yes Yes books, you are missing out on something magical. Portland’s very own Yes Yes books is a powerhouse of experimental art, fiction and poetry that is breaking the barriers in and outside of

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PCC Welcomes Renowned Author and Activist

By Quinn Everts|April 17, 2017

As race becomes a more pressing topic every day, having strong-minded people who are willing to speak out on the inequalities that exist in our nation is imperative. Dr. Marcia Chatelain is one of those people, and she’s not only

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations

By Mountain.Barber|April 14, 2017

The Paper Trail: An Unexpected History of the World’s Greatest Invention, by Alexander Munro The first thing that occurs in a conversation about this book is an immediate argument about whether paper is actually the most important invention in the

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Mountain’s Book Recommendations:

By Mountain.Barber|April 5, 2017

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn. If you’ve ever been annoyed by someone talking about shifting their paradigm, you can thank the physicist and philosopher Thomas Kuhn. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions was the work that introduced the

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Everyone Listens When the Good Doctor Speaks

By Carla Macedo Diaz|April 4, 2017

I walked into the Starbucks on Capital and Barbur, there was a group of women all in their sixties or seventies sitting at a table. I ordered my herbal tea and sat at the counter. I watched the women conversing and wondered: Which of

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Jessica Johnson Nominated Oregon Book Award Finalist

By Charles Claringbold|February 26, 2016

PCC’s Southeast campus English Department Head, Jessica Johnson has been nominated for the Oregon Book Award. The Oregon Book Award selects five finalists each year for the finest accomplishments in writing, for those who work in genres of poetry, fiction,

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Everybody Reads at Southeast campus

By Jzalana Summers|February 2, 2015

By Jzalana Summers, Southeast Editor The Residue Years by: Mitchell S. Jackson is a novel about him rebuilding his life after a tough start. PCC has tickets for students to attend Mitchell S. Jacksons author talk at the Arlene Schnitzer Hall in the beginning

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A Fine Book Steeped in PCC History

By Bridge Staff|December 7, 2014

Is it possible that a single person could be kidnapped twice, die twice, and have a bucket-full of a life between the first of the kidnappings and the last of those deaths?  Without giving too much away, the answer is

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Le Guin tickets gone, how to attend anyway.

By Bridge Staff|May 15, 2014

The tickets to the Ursula K. Le Guin program next Tuesday night are all claimed, but those who want to attend but did not grab a ticket still have some options. The Moriarty auditorium seats about 240.  The task force

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Southeast Used Book Library

By Anthony Robotham|September 26, 2013

The student government at Southeast Campus has setup a Used Book Library. It could be described as a wood grained bookshelf that all students and faculty are welcome to take from or add to at anytime without a library card

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PCC student celebrates release of book

By Justin Price|March 8, 2013

Portland, Oregon–I had the pleasure of attending the book launch for Justin W. Price’s newly published book Digging to China. I got to sit down with Justin in December and interview him about his book which at the time was

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Haiku Book Reviews

By Bridge Staff|December 1, 2012

It’s the end of the term, and the assignments are coming due. It’s time for Haiku Book Reviews!   The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins Katniss, just a girl Who needs to save her sister… Starts revolution   Stone Cold

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