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Posted in March 2015

Panthers prowling NWAC
The Panthers’ successful push for the playoffs came in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds Posted March 9, 2015
PCC's diamond discovery 8
PCC announces the five Diamond Alumni to be honored for their success and service to the community Posted March 9, 2015
Machine Tech gets artsy
It's the artistry of the technical that makes PCC's winter term play -- "Hairspray: The Broadway Musical" -- look so realistic Posted March 5, 2015
Sylvania’s College Center faces still more phases of improvements 1
March 3, 2015 By Katherine Miller Students, faculty and staff may occasionally consider remodeling work at Sylvania’s Amo DeBernadis College […] Posted March 4, 2015
2015 Diamond: Mitchell Jackson
Mitchell Jackson is a novelist and essayist as well as writing professor at New York and Columbia universities Posted March 4, 2015
2015 Diamond: Barbara Gladue 2
Her personal and professional work has impacted hundreds of Native people in the region, and she has accomplished all of this as a single mother Posted March 4, 2015
2015 Diamond: Larry O'Dea 1
In January, Larry O’Dea was sworn in as Portland’s new police chief, capping a 29-year career with a bureau that has 1,170 employees and a budget of $165 million Posted March 4, 2015
2015 Diamond: Carmen Thompson 3
Carmen Thompson of Northeast Portland is a PCC history instructor at the Sylvania Campus who teaches the classes “African-American History” and “Race and Racism.” Posted March 4, 2015
2015 Diamond: Joshua Fegles 4
Fegles got his business start by taking the “Getting Your Recipe to Market” class at Portland Community College’s Small Business Development Center Posted March 4, 2015
With new Gateway Kaiser open, PCC Southeast demolishes old Division Street clinic
March 3, 2015 By Katherine Miller Just when the Southeast Campus community thought the dust was starting to settle, a […] Posted March 3, 2015