Abe Proctor

Contact info: abraham.proctor@pcc.edu

Articles (112):

Cascade creates learning garden. Ripping up sod. New learning garden takes shape at urban Cascade Campus in North Portland 1
A long-awaited vision took its early steps toward fruition in September when ground was broken for the new Learning Garden […] Posted October 18, 2018
Dr. Andrea Lowgren, back right, and her African American History students. History walk travels back through Portland’s African American past
The Albina Black History Walk, an interactive stroll through the heart of Portland’s historical African American district Posted August 31, 2018
Clifford Meeks SOUL Searching: Summit explores community’s identity, education and health
Clifford Meeks is getting people talking about education, health, and identity among Portland’s communities of color Posted August 13, 2018
Nick Carmack Helpful brother sparks a passion to learn in Cascade’s student leader 6
Student leader Nick Carmack is on his way to an impressive academic career Posted July 2, 2018
People at the Job Fair Nike headlines packed lineup of area employers for 2018 PCC Job Fair 1
Numerous big-name employers will be on hand when the PCC Job Fair returns for its 21st year Posted April 16, 2018
Teresa Wolfe looking into a microscope Medical lab techs play hidden but crucial role in healthcare as PCC trains future workers 1
The Medical Laboratory Technology Program has a remarkable 100-percent passing rate for students in the national certification exam Posted April 2, 2018
Eastland recalled that while the Civil Rights Movement was in full swing, she and her fellow young people were kept on the sidelines due to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s wish that no children should risk possible imprisonment. Civil Rights hero Sandra Eastland shares stories of protests, jail and nonviolence
Sandra Eastland recalls her Civil Rights days for students, faculty and staff at Cascade Campus Posted March 29, 2018
Portland firefighters testify before the Portland City Council on the legacy of Gus Waterford. Photo by Christina Kline. New PCC Foundation scholarship enshrines legacy of Portland’s first black firefighter
In the history of any city, there are trailblazers whose courage and resolve help to pave the way for those who come after them Posted March 12, 2018
Kalushi PCC’s gem, Cascade Festival of African Films, starts 28th year on Feb. 2 2
Cascade Festival of African Films welcoming Bassem Yussef and Izu Ojukwu to this year's event Posted January 29, 2018
luis. Cascade’s student playwrights feature their 10-minute plays in noted theatre festival
Six original plays written and directed by PCC students will take center stage this month during one of Portland’s best-known theatre festivals Posted January 22, 2018