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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Art Student Anshula Tayal Featured in Brooklyn Gallery

By Dom Belcastro|March 11, 2018

Find Anshula’s work on Instagram, her personal squarespace page, Gallery AWA in Brooklyn, as well as across the Pacific, in Hokkaido, Japan’s Sapporo Museum of Contemporary Art, and in the Lalit Kala Akademi print Biennale show, in India.

Cascade Campus Mourns the Loss of Beketel Sleeper

By Samantha Saxby|March 17, 2015

Cascade Campus — As of early Sunday morning on the 8th of March, 2015, Cascade Campus lost the life of promising young student, Beketel Elbelau Sleeper-Kincaid. Kincaid — known on campus as “Beketel Sleeper,” or “E.J.”  — was just 23-years-young

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Explicit Graphics in Pro-Life Protest at SY Stir up Controversy

By Jesse Maes|May 16, 2014

The imagery shown at an anti-abortion protest at Sylvania Campus on May the 13th has triggered a stream of controversy and hot debate about explicit graphics and free speech in public universities. Individuals identifying with “Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust”

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Aviation Students: Flight Simulators & ATDs free!

By Jesse Maes|April 17, 2014

That’s right, fellow pilots! PCC offers Microsoft Flight, a PC-based simulator, for free at Rock Creek and you can access Troutdale Airport’s simulators as a PCC student. The aviation training devices (ATDs) are completely free for PCC students and are

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Explosive Lawsuit: Google Data-Mining Student E-mails

By Jesse Maes|April 13, 2014

Education Week, a non-profit source for education news, published in March of this year a startling article on Google’s recent acknowledgement of the data-mining in student e-mail accounts. The online services provider admitted in the recent lawsuit against it that

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