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 $111

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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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An Interview with Raquel Aponte

By Joe Riedl|May 15, 2017

The nation of Venezuela is spiraling. In the wake of political and economic woe, thousands of Venezuelans have marched through the streets, taking part in what some are calling the beginning of a new revolution. The protests come amid signs

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Hidden Camera Found in Rock Creek Bathroom

By Carla Macedo Diaz|April 29, 2017

In October 2016, a student entered a gender neutral restroom and stumbled upon a camera hidden underneath a sink that was pointed in the direction of the toilet. The student reported the camera to campus security and the camera was

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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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ASPCC Job Openings At SE, 2016-2017

By Charles Claringbold|March 16, 2016

ASPCC – Southeast Now Hiring for the 2016 – 2017 Academic Year! Applications are available from March 28th – April 15th Applications are due by 3pm on April 15th in Mount Tabor 152 Positions Available: President Vice President – Director

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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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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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President Brown departs with Big Checks in his Pocket.

By Bridge Staff|May 19, 2015

At a meeting of the PCC Board Monday night, May 18, an agreement was reached with President Jeremy Brown and the Board to end his less than two-year tenure as the college’s leader.  In return for leaving, Brown will receive

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Board meets to consider dismissing President Brown

By Bridge Staff|April 30, 2015

Matthew Kish of the “Portland Business Journal” has reported that the PCC Board had an “emergency meeting” Wednesday to consider dismissing President Brown after Willamette Week reported that he had applied for a job in Arkansas.  Dr. Brown was hired

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PCC May Soon Say Goodbye to Current President Jeremy Brown

By Samantha Saxby|April 27, 2015

  All Campuses – On the 22nd of April, 2015, Willamette Week ran a short story on page 6 concerning our current president, Jeremy Brown. According to Willamette Week, “Brown is among 54 candidates seeking the [chancellor] position at Mid-South Community

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Murder Trial of PCC Faculty Member has yet another twist

By Bridge Staff|March 1, 2015

The complex and extended murder trial of Gladstone Police officer and PCC faculty member Lynn Benton took another turn this week.  According to the Oregonian/Oregon Live, Susan Campbell, who is accused of being hired by Benton to kill his wife,

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Today at Rock Creek!

By Aubry Gabbard|February 13, 2015

Rock Creek campus stays active today! Rock Creek, in partnership with Intel Corporation,hosts 250 local high school students, chaperones, Intel and PSU volunteers today for PCC’s third annual Hermanas conference. Hermanas: Diseña Tu Futuro’s mission is to “Increase the number

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