Computers Stolen from SE Campus Library

By Bridge Staff|August 6, 2015

Early this morning, August 6 at about 2:52 am, a man broke into the Southeast Campus Library, and stole three desktop computers.  PCC Public Safety says the man drove his car onto a sidewalk in front of the north entrance

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Southeast: And the award goes to…

By Jzalana Summers|May 19, 2015

PCC Southeast would like to congratulate the Beta Pi Rho chapter (Southeast) of Phi Theta Kappa on receiving 5 star chapter status again this year, as well as this list of well-deserved awards this past weekend: 2015 Distinguished Chapter Award

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SE Student and Faculty Literary Reading- May 19th

By Jzalana Summers|May 11, 2015

You’re invited to a CultureSEast event, the English department’s annual Student-Faculty Literary Reading on May 19th from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. on the third floor of the library.  So far the lineup of faculty readers includes Blake Hausman, Ramiza Koya,

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Southeast Campus Blood Drive

By Jzalana Summers|April 17, 2015

BLOOD DRIVE ​ May 6th, 2015 10:00 am – 3:30 pm   Please sign up in the ASPCC Resource Hub (Mt. Tabor 154)   Or contact:  1-800-RED-CROSS Or online at:  ​ (Type in “PCCSECampus” into the “Find a Blood Drive” section)  

IPM at Southeast Campus on 4/15,16, 17

By Jzalana Summers|April 13, 2015

April 15, 16, 17 (weather permitting) an herbicide application will be applied at the Southeast Campus.  Signs will be posted in the affected areas and the application should not affect access. Facilities Management practices IPM in accordance with PCC protocols.  The application is

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Jade-Midway photography project at Southeast

By Jzalana Summers|April 10, 2015

FACES & PLACES: An Open Call for Participants: Do you know of any women within the Jade-Midway area who are community leaders, engaged community members, or just downright interesting folks? The Project: Under the direction of photography instructor Rachel Siegel

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Book fundraiser at Southeast

By Jzalana Summers|April 7, 2015

ESOL has been famous for its jewelry sales. They plan to have their last jewelry sales this spring (May 5th and June 5th), and then they’ll be getting out of the jewelry sale business.   They are trying a new fundraiser:

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Celebrate Black History Month at SE this week

By Jzalana Summers|February 24, 2015

 Tomorrow!  Wednesday, February 25th from 11am to 1pm Film Screening: Brothers of the Blacklist with a dialogue with the filmmaker, Sean Gallagher at the SE Multicultural Center (Tabor 150) Thursday, February 26th from 2pm to 3pm Health Equity Video and

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Spring Term Sisters in Strength at Southeast

By Jzalana Summers|February 13, 2015

The Southeast Multicultural Center and Southeast Counseling are collaborating to bring to students the SE Sisters in Strength (SIS) Support Group. SIS is a psycho-educational support group for PCC students who are self-identified women of color experiencing the effects of experiences

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Safety Workshop at Southeast TODAY

By Aubry Gabbard|February 10, 2015

Would you know how to handle a safety emergency? Come join Southeast’s Women Resource Center Personal safety workshop today at 3:00 pm in MT. Tabor Hall Rm 149 to learn about techniques that are vital in the event of an

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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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Everybody Reads at Southeast campus

By Jzalana Summers|February 2, 2015

By Jzalana Summers, Southeast Editor The Residue Years by: Mitchell S. Jackson is a novel about him rebuilding his life after a tough start. PCC has tickets for students to attend Mitchell S. Jacksons author talk at the Arlene Schnitzer Hall in the beginning

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Photography Exhibit Opens at Southeast Campus

By Jzalana Summers|January 29, 2015

Jzalana Summers, Southeast Editor The Lents Grown Story Yard is a photo exhibit that tells stories of local business owners through photography. Small business owners and farmers market vendors are part of what makes this community unique and the exhibit

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