Men of Color Leadership Program

By Delia Torres-Enciso|December 4, 2018

About 5 years ago, PCC found that its male-student of color population had a lower success rate when compared to the rest of the student body. As a result the Men of Color leadership program was instilled to improve recruitment,

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Space Matter at PCC

By Delia Torres-Enciso|December 4, 2018

This last July, while most of us enjoyed summer break away from PCC, a cohort of 12 students analyzed Sylvania campus to further work on the Space Matters project. Space Matters is a collective effort to understand and interpret the

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to See A Midsummer Night’s Dream

By Katie San Roman|November 2, 2018

On Friday October 26th, I sat through a run through of the Sylvania Theatre Department’s rendition of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is not just the cast that took part in the design of costumes and props; different groups

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The Rules of Engagement

By Juan Lacayo|June 5, 2018

According to ORS 341.290 (4), PCC (and any other public college or university) has the legal right and obligation to “control use of and access to the grounds, buildings, books, equipment and other property of the district.” To this end,

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TEDx Comes to PCC

By Jake Edgar|May 22, 2018

TEDx is an independently organized TED event, and this years theme was “Collective Genius.” Largely organized by Mohamad Karim, the Director of Student Programs at Cascade Campus’ Branch of the ASPCC. It was an event that was filmed, streamed, and

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The Clothesline Project

By Katie San Roman|May 22, 2018

  *WARNING: * The Clothesline Project is a display of shirts with messages and illustrations designed by survivors of sexual, domestic, and/or gender based violence, or by a loved one of someone who has been victimized. Last April, in acknowledgement

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Student Signatures Collected for Anti-immigrant Ballot Initiative

By Juan Lacayo|February 26, 2018

Student Signatures Collected for Anti-immigrant Ballot Initiative Juan Lacayo Petitioners from an organization identified as “Ballot Access” on a PCC Space Use Application and User Agreement form collected student and faculty signatures at PCC Sylvania on January 23. They allegedly

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International Speakers from East Asia Visit

By Quinn Everts|May 1, 2017

A great opportunity for those interested in global research is coming to Portland Community College in the form of two international scholars. As part of the Fulbright Scholar Program’s Outreach Lecturing Fund, which aims to enlighten students and faculty about

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A note of appreciation

By c cutsforth|April 13, 2017

Students and Staff, Before the morning cars lumber into the parking lots, before the students stream into the classrooms, during the earliest morning hours on campus, a collection of remarkable people do their work before everyone else does theirs. We

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Child Care Subsidy at Sylvania

By Bridge Staff|January 16, 2016

The SAF (Student Activity Fee) Child Care Subsidy is still available for winter term through the Sylvania Women’s Resource Center (CC268). Applications for Winter term are due  ​January 25th at​ 4 pm in the Sylvania Women’s Resource Center, CC268 (in the back of the cafeteria).   (Great News!) This year,

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UPDATE: PCC Board of Directors Appoints Interim President

By Aubry Gabbard|July 16, 2015

by Aubry Ledbetter Gabbard At this morning’s meeting at Sylvania campus, PCC Board of Directors named Acting President Sylvia Kelley as PCC’s Interim President. The agenda allotted time at 9:45 am for Board Chair Deanna Palm  to give an update on the

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Construction Update at Sylvania

By Bridge Staff|June 9, 2015

SY Campus Construction Activity – CC Bldg, Site Improvements, HT Bldg and SS Bldg Next week there will be a great deal of activity beginning on the Sylvania Campus as summer kicks off. Below is a short description of the

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