The Rules of Engagement

By Juan Lacayo|June 5, 2018

According to ORS 341.290 (4), PCC (and any other public college or university) has the legal right and obligation to “control use of and access to the grounds, buildings, books, equipment and other property of the district.” To this end,

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PCC’s Language Exchange Program

By Mountain.Barber|April 17, 2017

The Language Exchange Program is a program to help students improve their language skills through mutual assistance. Students are paired up with other students to help both learn new languages. When students sign up for the program, they enter their

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PCC’s Annual Job Fair Gets Even Bigger

By Mountain.Barber|April 14, 2017

PCC’s 20th annual Job Fair is being held on Cascade Campus on Tuesday, April 25th from 11:00 AM–3:00 PM at the Cascade PEB Gymnasium on North Killingsworth. Last year’s Job Fair had over ninety employers attending, and this year the

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Korean Film Festival Hits PCC

By Quinn Everts|April 14, 2017

Bringing together folks from all walks of life and all around the world, along with the meshing of different cultures is a wonderful thing, and no other place unites such a diverse group of people quite like a college does.

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Italian Film Festival This Weekend

By Mountain.Barber|April 8, 2017

The Portland Italian Film Festival is being held this weekend on Portland State University’s campus at the Fifth Avenue Cinema. Admission is free and open to the public. Nine subtitled Italian feature-length films are being shown, as well as a

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AAWCC Luncheon to be Hosted at Cascade on February 4th

By Bridge Staff|January 25, 2016

Dear AAWCC Community and Allies, Please join us for our annual luncheon event at the Cascade Campus on Thursday, February 4th from 11:30am-1pm in the Student Union Building (SUB 203). ​We are proud to have Dr. Alyson Lighthart as our honored speaker. Dr. Lighthart is the Dean for Math, Science, and

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Habitat Restoration Sells Chinook Books!

By Bridge Staff|September 28, 2015

The PCC Sylvania Habitat Restoration Team (Habitat Team) is 19 years old (turning 20 on Earth Day 2016!) and planning our 2015-2016 work in our Wildflower Display Garden (east of the PAC), our propagation area (north of the HT and CT buildings),

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PCC Willow Creek Hosting Epigenetics Lecture Series

By Bridge Staff|September 28, 2015

It’s time for the October 2015 OHSU Science Cafe Lecture Series at PCC Willow Creek. This Fall’s topic is Epigenetics. If you’re curious about what the science of Epigentics is, see this video of Dr. Kent Thornburg’s TEDX Portland discussion (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReCvreRPdeY).

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Free Tickets to Hear Nobel Prize Winner!

By Tony Greiner|April 15, 2015

The next lecture in the Linus Pauling Memorial Lectures on Science, Technology and Society is by Nobel Prize Winner Joseph Stiglitz, who won the prize for Economics n 2001. According to the publicity,  “Stiglitz points out that equality of opportunity

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Free Tickets to the Next Science and Technology Lecture

By Tony Greiner|January 27, 2015

First, click this link to see the world’s coolest Periodic Table of Elements. The man who put it together, Theodore Gray, is the next speaker in the Linus Pauling Memorial Science Technology and Society lecture series. Because Vice President Chairsell

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Free Museum Passes at the Libraries

By Tony Greiner|May 19, 2014

The Women’s Resource Center and the PCC libraries have started a new program to lend out Museum Passes toPCC students and staff. There are 2 passes to the Portland Art Museum at each campus library, and one for the Portland Children’s

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Free Tickets to "Future of U.S. Higher Education" lecture.

By Tony Greiner|April 10, 2014

PCC is a sponsor of the “Linus Pauling Science, Technology and Society” lecture series. This series, which honors Linus Pauling, an Oregonian and two-time winner of the Nobel Prize, brings in noted speakers from many fields.  The next lecture will

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