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Cascade’s child care facility gives a head start to PCC students and their children
December 10, 2014 By Katherine Miller They say it takes a village to raise a child. But as any parent […] Posted December 10, 2014
Design students create giant mural
Dozens of Graphic Design Program students at the Sylvania Campus create 3-Dimensional wallscape Posted December 10, 2014
PCC Southeast helps pave the road to success for new entrepreneurs
December 10, 2014 By Katherine Miller Bond funding has transformed PCC Southeast into a full-fledged campus, and one of its […] Posted December 10, 2014
VIDEO: Hoops title celebration
Last year's PCC men’s basketball team was celebrated for its title-winning exploits with a ceremony on a Monday night in November Posted December 9, 2014
Totem pole receives a face lift 2 comments for "Richard Hunt, noted Native carver, returns to spruce up Sylvania totem pole"
The Canadian artist restored his last ‘Welcoming Pole’ for upcoming indoor installation Posted December 8, 2014
Bus Rapid Transit planned for Southeast corridor will increase travel options for Southeast Campus students
December 4, 2014 By Katherine Miller Thanks to funding from the 2008 bond measure, PCC Southeast has been expanded from […] Posted December 4, 2014
The 2015 poster for the Cascade Festival of African Films. African film fest turns 25
Portland Community College’s Cascade Festival of African Films will show more than 30 films and host numerous African filmmakers to honor its milestone in February Posted December 4, 2014
Rock Creek hosts dignitaries
PCC’s Office of International Education welcomed seven Japanese professionals the week of Nov. 17 – “International Education Week” – as […] Posted December 2, 2014
Rock Creek construction work helps build local demoltion firm
  December 1, 2014 For Michael Martin, founding Northwest Infrastructure was a leap of faith. He began the Portland-based demolition […] Posted December 1, 2014
The powwow will feature drum groups and dancers from across the region, Native American crafts and food, activities for children, and raffle prizes. Traditional Powwow set for Jan. 17 1 comment for "PCC hosts ‘WACIPI’ 16th Annual Traditional Powwow"
The powwow will feature drum groups and dancers from across the region, Native American crafts and food, and activities for children Posted December 1, 2014