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PCC in the NEWS: Rep. Larry Galizio decides to go for a third term
Photos and Story by James Hill
Oct. 2, the Regal Courier reported that PCC’s Larry Galizio will run for a third term in the state Legislature.
Oct. 4, The Oregonian highlighted a PCC student who is taking part in the revival of hands-on classes like auto shop.
Oct. 4, OregonLive profiled Larry Galizio’s run for a third term in the House Legislature.
Oct. 4, The Dalles Daily Chronicle featured former student Jill Warila, who is now a touring potter.
Oct. 5, the Salem-news.com showcased the Margaret Carter renaming event at the Cascade Campus.
Oct. 5, The Oregonian reported that a new bridge can link PCC to other critical institutions in the metro area.
Oct. 9, the Rock Creek Harvest Fest was showcased by the Hillsboro Argus.
Oct. 10, WHAM-TV in Rochester, New York featured the Gateway to College program.
Oct. 10, The Lake Oswego Review highlighted the options high school students have for high education, including PCC.
Oct. 10, The Oregonian highlighted Cascade art instructor Jacqueline Ehlis, who was selected for a special art stipend.
Oct. 11, the Beaverton Times featured the Centers for Disease Control’s health clinic at the Rock Creek Campus.
Oct. 12, the Hillsboro Argus spotlighted the college’s partnership at Culturo Central.
Oct. 15, The Oregonian profiled PCC retiree Bob Dozono, who has an exhibit at the Blackfish Gallery.
Oct. 16, the Portland Tribune quoted a PCC fire science student who recently participated in the TOPOFF emergency drill.
Oct. 19, the Business Journal profiled the PCC Board’s decision to explore a bond measure in 2008.
Oct. 19, The Board’s decision on a 2008 bond also was featured in the Beaverton Valley Times.
Oct. 21, The Oregonian profiled the Rock Creek Campus Harvest Festival and the 2008 bond measure.
Oct. 23, the Corvallis Gazette-Times showcased Claire Oliveros being selected one of the country’s most influential Filipinas.
Oct. 24, the Beaverton Valley Times reported on PCC’s problems with fall registration.
Oct. 25, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce profiled the architects of the newer Cascade Campus buildings.
Oct. 26, The Oregonian ran a front-page article about PCC’s smoking enforcement decision.
Oct. 27, the Citizens Voice of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., featured inspirational speaker and former PCC student Karen Gaffney, who has Down Syndrome.
Oct. 28, a former PCC nursing student is profiled by The Oregonian.
Oct. 31, a former PCC dental student is featured in the Woodburn Independent.
Oct. 31, The Oregonian editorial page selected several letters to the editor that criticized the way the smoking ban story portrayed PCC students.
* In total, PCC events and people appeared 37 times in online media, newspapers or TV/radio.