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Posted in October 2011

Beidler wins at ArtPrize awards
In October, Evertt Beidler was named the recipient of the Ox-Bow Residency Award at ArtPrize 2011 in Grand Rapids, Mich. Posted October 31, 2011
Almost 300 attend Khouri’s talk
Nearly 300 attendees flocked to Westminster Presbyterian Church in Northeast Portland to hear Khouri’s presentation, “Diplomatic Stalemate and Democratic Revolts: Making Sense of a Middle East in Transition,” and engage in a question-and-answer session for nearly two hours Posted October 31, 2011
Newberg Center blends new with old 1 comment for "PCC opens a green building of firsts in Newberg"
The Newberg Center, the college’s new LEED Platinum campus, is the first building in the state to be on the path to Net Zero Posted October 30, 2011
Central Distribution loads boxes of donated books destined for the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville. 1,500 pounds of books collected
The district-wide effort is part of PCC’s 50th anniversary celebration with a goal of contributing 50,000 hours of community service Posted October 28, 2011
Dragon boat team paddles to win
The team placed fourth in this year’s Portland Rose Festival’s “Mixed Division C” group for dragon boating, competing against nearly 100 other teams in the category Posted October 27, 2011
Submissions for short story competition
Prizes include: $50 iTunes gift card and 2 tickets to Regal Cinema for first place; $25 iTunes gift card and 2 tickets to Regal Cinema for second place; and $20 PCC Bookstore gift card for third place Posted October 27, 2011
PCC Cascade eyes multi-level parking garage on Michigan Avenue – BikePortland.org
PCC’s Cascade campus is considering the construction of a four-story parking garage on the northeast corner of North Michigan and […] Posted October 26, 2011
A scene from PCC's fall play, 'Footlight Frenzy.' Characters Alex Malone (played by Joel Montgomery) and Laura Becker (Kaija Rayne) are entangled in a mess of a production to save a school, spurred on by an overzealous PTA. Bad theater makes a good play
In a desperate attempt to save their bankrupt School for Unusual Children, an inexperienced PTA group valiantly mounts an ambitious benefit play in the PCC production of ‘Footlight Frenzy’ Posted October 26, 2011
Former PCC Rock Creek student Austin Wardrip started leaping at PCC during winter term 2009. Student leaps into opportunities
In the summer of 2010, Austin Waldrop jumped into an internship at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he became intimate with a spacecraft called Rosetta Posted October 26, 2011
The Sylvania Campus will undergo many bond-funded improvements over the next few years. Bond open house at Sylvania
Interested in hearing the latest about bond-funded improvements in store for the Sylvania Campus? If so, plan to attend one of the upcoming open house information sessions led by GBD Architects and members of the college’s bond team and administrative team Posted October 25, 2011