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Posted in January 2014

A scene from last year's Winter Powwow at the Sylvania Campus. 1,000 expected for Winter Powwow
More than 1,000 people attend the college’s annual event, which features drum groups, dancers from around the Northwest, and Native arts and crafts Posted January 16, 2014
PCC Asian New Year on Feb. 17 10 comments for "PCC Asian New Year ushers in year of the horse"
The annual event will be packed with dance, live music, martial art performances, and much more Posted January 14, 2014
Human trafficking film at Sylvania 4 comments for "PCC event explores Portland’s sex trafficking crisis"
The college is hosting a documentary screening and discussion designed to bring awareness about the prevalence of sex trafficking of children in Portland Posted January 14, 2014
Student success workshops start soon
PCC is streaming live video conferences to college campuses in January and February for students interested in building all sorts of skills that they need to succeed at college Posted January 9, 2014
Bond dollars helping Portland Community College build
The following story was published in the Daily Journal of Commerce on January 3, 2014 Bond dollars helping Portland Community […] Posted January 8, 2014
Details from Magic 8-ball...in the Corner Pocket, oil on board; Dulia (Scroll ESC), paper and mixed media; Laundered, dryer lint; all variable dimensions, 2013. Art exhibit is in the money
Litteken’s paintings and installations explore and critique consumeris Posted January 8, 2014
31 new parking spaces come to life on PCC’s Cascade Campus
January 7, 2014 Written by Gina Whitehill-Baziuk One of two new surface parking lots opened in time for the start […] Posted January 7, 2014
The first PCC Answer Center begins at Southeast Center
January 7, 2014 Written by Christine Egan Starting winter term, Portland Community College students at the Southeast Center (2305 SE […] Posted January 7, 2014
FSR campaign needs your help
The Faculty, Staff, Retiree Campaign makes a difference in a student’s academic life Posted January 7, 2014
'Many of us, unfortunately, are the only Latinos in the room whether it’s at a school board meeting or some organization of leadership,' Rodriguez said. A common theme at Unidos is discussing reasons why Latinos are under-represented in community leadership settings. Rodriguez thrives as a leader 15 comments for "PCC’s Rodriguez selected for Latino leadership program"
Unidos for Oregon is designed to bring together a cohort of Latino leaders from around the state to help bridge cultural differences Posted January 6, 2014