Humans of PCC, an Interview with Ralf Youtz

By Katie San Roman|February 5, 2019

Ralf Youtz was once a PCC student for five years. He is now a Statistics professor at PCC for the past six years. In 1990 Ralf dropped out of Reed College after three semesters. In 1999, he started taking classes for

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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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A Spectacular Production: PCC’s Midsummer Night’s Dream

By Katie San Roman|November 21, 2018

We’ve all read or seen some version of Shakespeare’s plays, so what can a company do to keep an audience engaged? Sylvania’s Theatre Department seems to have the answer. First off, the set was made entirely by students: the background

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Secularist of PCC: Mpagi Kiramura

By Juan Lacayo|November 6, 2018

Secularism is the view that public education and other matters of civil policy should be conducted without the introduction of a religious element. As of November 6, 2018, PCC has officially recognized Secular PCC, a student group headed by Mpagi

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Why be a Drag? When You Can be a Queen or King.

By Carla Macedo Diaz|May 27, 2017

On the night of Tuesday May 23rd, students gathered at the Rock Creek auditorium for the QRC’s (Queer Resource Center) Drag Ball Fundraiser. The fundraiser was to replenish the QSA (Queer Straight Alliance) funds that were spent on the group’s

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Leafleting at Rock Creek

By Bridge Staff|May 20, 2017

Good Afternoon Rock Creek Students, A few days ago, members representing a local bible church placed a leaflet on cars in our parking lots. Clearly this message targeted our queer/trans community which violates our institutional values. We are also reminded

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ASPCC Member Creates Shocking Display

By Joe Riedl|May 19, 2017

Ben Nzowo’s (pronounced n-zoh-woh)  first experienced racial profiling last year, after coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo to the U.S. to study. He and his friends, all black, were driving to an ATM in Seattle, when they were pulled

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Blast From The Past!

By Bridge Staff|May 15, 2017  recently featured welder Ash Jimenez on the login page, and highlighted her joining a long tradition of women in the trades. On August 30, 1990, this photo by Susan Hereford appeared. The caption read: “Jennice Taylor (left) of Hillsboro

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What Can OrgSync Do for You?

By Kim Rinehart|May 15, 2017

Some of you may have heard of orgsync via your MyPCC email account lately, here’s some information to shine on that subject to get you to better know what exactly is orgsync. What is OrgSync? OrgSync is an online platform

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No Car. No worries.

By Joe Riedl|May 15, 2017

I took an Environmental Sustainability class a few terms ago. Our main goal was to make a lifestyle change for the sake of the planet. There was one in particular that really surprised me. A guy named Brett wanted to

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The Bridge Goes to Try-Outs!

By Adan Uribe|May 15, 2017

I have been a huge fan of soccer all my life, but I haven’t played since high school. On Saturday, April 29th, I was given the opportunity to participate in the PCC Men’s Soccer tryouts held at the Hillsboro Stadium.

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Dual-Enrollment Advice for PCC Students

By Mountain.Barber|May 15, 2017

Most students attending PCC for a four-year degree prefer to transfer entirely away to their new school, but sometimes circumstances call for students to dual-enroll at PCC and another school, like myself. It’s definitely more difficult than attending a single

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ASPCC Looks into the Future!

By Carla Macedo Diaz|May 1, 2017

Next month as the term is starting to wrap up, ASPCC will be hosting an end-of-the-year party with a futuristic theme. It will be held at the World Trade Center in Portland from 7:30pm to 11:30pm on Friday, May 12th.

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PCC Soccer Team Hold Tryouts

By Adan Uribe|May 1, 2017

Did you know Portland Community College currently has men’s and women’s soccer teams? The men’s soccer team will have tryouts on Saturday, April 29 from 3-6pm at the Hillsboro Stadium Soccer Field (turf field). For any athletes who are interested

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