Tuition Increase: Interview with Administration

By Rory Elliott|February 19, 2019

  Community College Students of Oregon are likely facing a massive statewide raise in tuition. According to PCC’s administration, students can expect a minimum of 6% rise in costs per credit. As of now, a credit per term costs around

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Humans of PCC, an Interview with Ralf Youtz

By Katie San Roman|February 5, 2019

Ralf Youtz was once a PCC student for five years. He is now a Statistics professor at PCC for the past six years. In 1990 Ralf dropped out of Reed College after three semesters. In 1999, he started taking classes for

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Tuition is Increasing & Everyone Should Be Worried

By Katie San Roman|January 23, 2019

In early December, President Mark Mitsui sent out an email notifying how Governor Kate Brown’s proposed (or lack of depending how you look at it) budget plan and how this would affect all seventeen community colleges in Oregon, as community

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Humans of PCC: Professor Matt Glazewski

By Jake Edgar|September 25, 2017

Professor Matt Glazewski received his B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Meteorology from Penn State, an M.P.A. (Master of Public Administration) in Natural Resources Policy & Administration from Portland State University, and has completed work toward an M.S. (Master of Science)

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A note of appreciation

By c cutsforth|April 13, 2017

Students and Staff, Before the morning cars lumber into the parking lots, before the students stream into the classrooms, during the earliest morning hours on campus, a collection of remarkable people do their work before everyone else does theirs. We

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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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Faculty Member Michael Sonnleitner Joins PCC Board

By Bridge Staff|July 16, 2015

A bit of history was made on July 16, when faculty member Michael Sonnleitner, long-time teacher in the Political Science Department was sworn in by Interim President Sylvia Kelley to the PCC Board of Directors. He was elected in May to

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UPDATE: PCC Board of Directors Appoints Interim President

By Aubry Gabbard|July 16, 2015

by Aubry Ledbetter Gabbard At this morning’s meeting at Sylvania campus, PCC Board of Directors named Acting President Sylvia Kelley as PCC’s Interim President. The agenda allotted time at 9:45 am for Board Chair Deanna Palm  to give an update on the

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Allen Jones Retirement Celebration Wednesday

By Bridge Staff|June 9, 2015

Allen Jones, notorious/infamous guitar instructor in the Professional Music Department at Cascade is retiring after 30 years of teaching G major chords (and more) to students at Cascade. Please join us for an open house event at Cascade Moriarty Arts

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Cascade Announces Creative Teaching Awards

By Bridge Staff|June 9, 2015

The Cascade Teaching Learning Center in conjunction with the Dean of Instruction is pleased to announce the winners of the  2014-15 Creative Teaching Awards for Part-time Faculty. The winners are: Naomi Brandenfels, Anthropology for her assignment in ATH 102 “The

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SE Student and Faculty Literary Reading- May 19th

By Jzalana Summers|May 11, 2015

You’re invited to a CultureSEast event, the English department’s annual Student-Faculty Literary Reading on May 19th from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. on the third floor of the library.  So far the lineup of faculty readers includes Blake Hausman, Ramiza Koya,

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One Year, Temporary, Full-Time EMS Faculty Position

By Samantha Saxby|April 20, 2015

Cascade Campus — The Division of Allied Health, Emergency and Legal Services has a one-year, temporary, full-time position for an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) instructor. The successful candidate may be assigned any of the 100-level EMS courses. Assignments will generally not

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Riding the Trail of Tears: A Review.

By Bridge Staff|April 10, 2015

Riding the Trail of Tears is a creative and fun to read novel written by PCC faculty member Blake Hausman, and set in the near future. The protagonist, Tallulah Wilson, is a part-Cherokee guide for the people who buy a

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