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Posted in January 2012

PCC Shuttle breaks records
In 2011, 84,560 riders used the six PCC shuttles. That is up by 15,500 riders from 2010 when 69,014 people used the college’s transit system Posted January 31, 2012
Yellow Diamond Deadline extended for 'Diamonds'
For its 50th year, the college wants to honor 50 special alumni that have changed the community and wants the public to send in its nominees by Jan. 31 Posted January 31, 2012
Asian New Year is Feb. 20
The 10th Annual Asian New Year Celebration will feature music, entertainment and food at the Legin Restaurant Banquet Hall Posted January 30, 2012
Civil Rights legend coming to PCC
Hollis Watkins participated in the first Woolworth’s lunch counter sit-in in Mississippi and led a 'Freedom School' in 1963, to name a few Posted January 27, 2012
Portland Community College building jumbo solar array – Portland Business Journal
In another first for solar energy and the state’s public education system, Portland Community College will announce today that it’s […] Posted January 26, 2012
Southeast Center hosts town hall 1
State Senator Jackie Dingfelder and Representatives Michael Dembrow and Alissa Keny-Guyer are hosting a town hall at 6:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 30, Mt. Tabor Hall, Southeast Center Posted January 26, 2012
PCC plans for largest ground-mounted solar array in Portland area
PCC will soon start construction of a 35,000-square-foot solar array at its Rock Creek Campus in Washington County. The project […] Posted January 26, 2012
Gary Sutton, Sylvania’s bond program manager, shows off the newly renovated photography lab which includes a spinning door to the dark room. Bond projects freshen up Sylvania
The Sylvania Campus bond planning is in full force and the bunker-style and “brutalist” architecture you se with most of the buildings there will be getting much-needed facelifts Posted January 25, 2012
The 2012 Cascade Festival of African Films poster. African film festival starts Feb. 3
This year’s Cascade Festival of African Films, one of the longest running of its kind in the U.S. at 22 years, features appearances by two young directors who focus on the lives of Africans newly arrived in the United States Posted January 25, 2012
PHOTOS: Sylvania powwow
On Jan. 21, the annual Winter Powwow featured drumming and dancing, children activities, a college fair, Native vendors and a community dinner. This is a photo gallery recap of the 2012 event Posted January 24, 2012