Trump works out deal to privatize all city parks

By Dom Belcastro|April 24, 2018

The Trump administration issued a briefing that all city parks throughout the nation will begin to transition into private ownership. This move was expected by and embraced by legislators across the aisle in Congress and local state houses. “Finally, this

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Fancy Shoestring Allows PCC to Walk the Broadband Walk

By Juan Lacayo|April 24, 2018

Portland City Council and PCC have partnered to tackle the issue of community broadband. Telecom and engineering researchers have discovered a new low-cost, high tech solution to make high-speed internet available to all communities regardless of their population density or

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PCC Ratchets Up Student Transportation Costs

By Juan Lacayo|April 24, 2018

The influx of bicycle commuters has had a profoundly negative impact on the financial stability of several PCC campuses including: Cascade campus and Southeast campus, as well as the CLIMB, downtown, and Metro Workforce centers. Parking enforcement employees have swept

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Feminist Amish Reject Patriarchy, Satire From Juan Lacayo

By Juan Lacayo|March 11, 2018

Feminist Amish Reject Patriarchy   An uncommon sight occurred in the hamlet of Treadwell, PA last month, when a group of three young Amish women were spotted window shopping on the boardwalk of the newly gentrified Lovall District. Passersby noticed

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