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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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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Recap of Panther Basketball vs. Chemeketa CC

By Katie San Roman|January 22, 2019

On Wednesday, January 16th, the Panthers played the Chemeketa Storm at home, in the Cascade gym. The Women’s team play first with a rock start with Chemeketa having leading at the end of the second quarter; 41 to 15. Yet

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Portland’s First Annual Tribal Nations Summit

By Joe Culhane|October 23, 2018

The morning of Friday, September 28th was rather warm for early autumn, with clear blue skies and the moon still showing in the sky off to the west. A very special occasion took place between city government officials and representatives

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5 Albums You Missed Over the Summer

By Katie San Roman|October 9, 2018

Denzel Curry – TA13OO 27 July Denzel Curry released an album TA13OO [TABOO] over the summer that could officially retire the “underground rapper” ascribed to him. In a world where it seems like artists are putting projects out every five

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Democratic Socialism in PDX

By Dom Belcastro|June 5, 2018

Democratic Socialism in Portland The Portland chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America prepare for a busy summer. Between the campaign to gather signatures in support of the Portland Clean Energy Fund (PCEF formerly PJET), a first annual Socialism Summer

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The Portland Marathon

By Katie San Roman|May 22, 2018

If you didn’t know, the Portland marathon has ended after 47 years. After an investigation by the Oregon Justice Department found that now ex board member and race director, Lester Smith, was fined $856,000 for receiving hundreds of thousands of

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Oregon Primaries Provide Hope

By Dom Belcastro|May 22, 2018

The relationship between people and politics in the US continues to warp as public figures expose their own corruption and depravity. At the same time, survivors, like the Parkland students and the women of Tarana Burke’s #metoo movement, organize against

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Trans-Scribed, Supposed Safety in Expected Experience

By River Flora|February 26, 2018

Trans-Scribed Supposed Safety in Expected Experience River Flora Portland is so often touted as a wet-dream, queer paradise, safe-space. The idyllic land of bounty and sex changes. A home for all those disenfranchised transfolx to live off their odd jobs

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How did Portland get to where it is today?

By Bridge Staff|April 5, 2017

A number of people have been looking at the issue of affordable housing over the past few years. I got interested in “How did Portland get to where it is today?” which prompted some research that has led to a

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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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Holiday Celebration Calendar Listing for Portland

By Abby|November 28, 2015

Hello everyone!  As the term winds down, there are many free/low cost holiday activities that are “heating up” in Portland.  The Pioneer Square Tree lighting was yesterday and the Beaverton tree lighting will be next weekend (Dec 4th at 4:30PM).  If

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