Student Julie McGowan juggles classes and HOWL Con

By Aubry Gabbard|February 6, 2015

Aubry Ledbetter Gabbard, Rock Creek Editor Julie McGowan is a 17 year old PCC Southeast student, Portlander (by way of Salem and St. Louis), artist, musician, small business professional, and head-assistant of HOWL CON-the fantasy/horror convention for werewolf lovers. HOWL

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Portland to Host Cuddling Conference Feb 14

By Aaron Schain|January 31, 2015

By Aaron Schain. Portland Community College alumni Samantha Hess has ventured into the business world with a fascinating new genre of business: professional cuddling. Her business, “Cuddle Up To Me,” is centered around the idea that human connection/touch is something

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Sign up for a FREE CuddleCon Ticket.

By Bridge Staff|January 30, 2015

Have you heard about Cuddle Con? It will be a cuddling conference, held in Portland on Valentine’s Day, February 14. Here is your chance to get a free VIP ticket, a $20 value! Samantha Hess, former PCC student and Portland’s

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Portland: Food Allergy Capital of the USA?

By Bridge Staff|October 14, 2014

Dear Students of Vladivostok, Sometimes it seems like everyone in Portland has a food allergy. My sister, for example, recently discovered that she is allergic to chicken. I have a friend who claims to be allergic to melons. Two of

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Free Museum Passes at the Libraries

By Bridge Staff|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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"Together, Envision the Future" to be held at Portland Art Museum

By Anthony Robotham|October 25, 2013

PCC will host “Together, Envision the Future” a community celebration featuring PCC’s new president Dr. Jeremy Brown. Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber will make remarks at the event and there will be participation from a variety of other community leaders, faculty,

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