Laundry Basket Project

By Bridge Staff|October 24, 2018

From October 8th to December 8th for the holiday season, the Women’s Resource Center is putting together their Laundry Basket Project. The WRC will be collecting cash and household items for donation to give to women escaping domestic violence the

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Love Shouldn’t Hurt: Domestic Violence Survivors Impact Panel

By Katie San Roman|October 23, 2018

“Don’t worry brother, these things fall through.” “I will find you and kill you.” “I thought everyone goes through this.” These were some of the few phrases that were said at Sylvania’s WRC, Love Shouldn’t Hurt: Domestic Violence Survivors Impact

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Katie San Roman|October 9, 2018

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). It evolved from a “Day of Unity” that was held in the 1981 with the intent to connect organizations across the nation that were working to end violence against women and their children.

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PCC’s Student Resource Guide -OUTDATED-

By Bridge Staff|October 9, 2018

EDIT: This resource guide was made in 2018 and is largely outdated, especially in the light of current campus closures, and was included by accident in a recent mailer. For more current guides to resources available through PCC, visit:

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The Vagina Monologues at PCC’s Women’s Resource Center, 2018

By Katie San Roman|February 26, 2018

The Vagina Monologues at PCC’s Women’s Resource Center, 2018 Katie San Roman PCC’s Women Resource Center put on it’s 20th V-Day production of Eve Ensler’s play “The Vagina Monologues”, this year’s production included 29 performers and 17 acts included a

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Healing Through Writing

By Charles Claringbold|February 2, 2016

 This Week at the SE Women’s Resource Center   Feminist Self Care Series Today: Free Self Care Sessions Feeling stressed out? Having pains and aches? School making you sick? Feeling out of touch with your body? Please join the WRC

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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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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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Frida Kahlo: Bedridden Painter of Revolution

By Jesse Maes|March 18, 2014

Many of us have heard the name Frida Kahlo, and even more of us have heard of Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican painter. Kahlo began her life in 1907 in Mexico City, although she gave her birth date as July

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Open House for the Newly Renovated Building 7

By Chelsea Standley|February 28, 2014

In PCC November 2008, the voters passed a $63 million bond to build new facilities at Portland Community College.  Rock Creek received a portion of the funds to build new classrooms and program facilities to help ease the space demand

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