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Posted in May 2011

Volunteers needed to build new playground
Volunteers will be getting the grounds ready for the new playground equipment they are receiving through a grant. Volunteer slots are limited, so please register soon Posted May 31, 2011
People's Choice Awards to reward artists
Retired Art History instructor Jim Hicks will be on hand to announce the winner of the Jim Hicks People's Choice Award. The award was established by the Art Department to honor Hick's contribution to the PCC community Posted May 31, 2011
Memorial service for PCC great Roy Lindsay
A memorial service for a key figure in Portland Community College’s history, Roy L. Lindsay, welcomes any staff or faculty who wish to pay their respects Posted May 31, 2011
Pachyderm becomes permanent
PCC student Alisa Roe’s elephant sculpture beat out four other works of art to become part of the city of Lake Oswego’s permanent collection. Posted May 31, 2011
Student One-Act Festival starts June 2
The PCC Sylvania Theatre program presents its 26th annual Student One Act Festival. This year, students have three ten minute plays. Each play is written, directed, designed, acted, crewed and otherwise by PCC theatre students, all of whom have taken classes in scriptwriting, acting and design Posted May 31, 2011
RC program needs student mentors
The Rock Creek Campus Thrive Mentoring Program is looking for 14 second- and third- year PCC students, who are seeking the opportunity to serve as mentors for incoming first-year college students particularly those who are struggling academically and need additional support to continue in post-secondary education Posted May 31, 2011
President Pulliams announces a new college logo for the 50th anniversary
Find out about upcoming anniversary events and how PCC plans to celebrate a half-century of opportunity in our community Posted May 30, 2011
Sylvania Food Canteen now open
With its shelves stocked with balanced and healthy food choices based on the food pyramid recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Sylvania canteen’s grand opening took place this spring Posted May 27, 2011
On the Newberg construction site, there’s plenty of learning going on
The buzz of hand tools and thunder of heavy machinery seem antithesis to the calm and structured environment of most […] Posted May 26, 2011
Sylvania students stand up for peace May 28
The “Arab Spring” under way has elicited a renewed interest and need for peace in the Middle East and North […] Posted May 25, 2011