Posted in October 2011

Dancing and food at 'African Night'
Led by Edgard Musafiri, an international student from Congo, the Rock Creek Campus is hosting "African Night, African Show 2011" from 6-9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 4, in Room 114 of Building 3 Posted October 25, 2011
Thanksgiving project needs cash
Anyone can donate by visiting Room 03 of the Student Center at anytime. Receipts are available for tax purposes Posted October 24, 2011
Film explores cancer awareness
Through Sandra’s personal journey and her scientific exploration, “Living Downstream,” is a powerful reminder of the intimate connection between the health of our bodies and the health of our air, land, and water Posted October 24, 2011
Cascade salutes Carter, PCC's 50th
Sen. Margaret Carter, a former student and faculty member of PCC, spent her time in the State Legislature advocating for PCC, education and the community Posted October 24, 2011
PHOTOS: Harvest Fest goes hog wild
Pigs, horses, cows, face painting, birthday cupcakes and lots of pumpkins were waiting for the community at this year's Harvest Festival as the Rock Creek Campus celebrated PCC's 50th year Posted October 22, 2011
Event features funny PANTS
People Acting Not Too Seriously, Portland Community College’s celebrated improv comedy team, will perform improvisational comedy games similar to those performed on television’s "Whose Line Is It, Anyway?" as well as ‘Harold’ long-form improvised sketches in an upcoming event at the Sylvania Campus Posted October 21, 2011
Student artist impresses church
PCC student Candyce Scott has discovered a unique medium in her sculpture class and uses it to make mobiles and jewelry Posted October 21, 2011
PCC opens a green building of firsts in Newberg
The brand new Newberg Center is the first higher education building in Oregon and one of the first nationwide to […] Posted October 20, 2011
The team was led by team captains and current students Stephen Date and Halley Bond, and included nine other students, the program director Jin Kim and program instructor Virginia Chambers, and 29 family members and friends. Medical Assisting walks for a cure
The PCC team reached 42 strong during the walk and raised $1,570 dollars towards a cure. Overall, the walk raised $200,000 Posted October 20, 2011
PEAK to save college lots of money
District President Preston Pulliams’ initiative to generate cost-saving or revenue-generating ideas from staff and faculty has been a huge success Posted October 20, 2011