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Mark Mitsui President's Message: Attack on the U.S. Capitol
Mark Mitsui discusses the impacts and ramifications of the D.C. riot and intrusion into the U.S. Capitol Posted January 7, 2021
Luke Christensen, "Pinball Wizard", repairing a pinball machine Part 2: Top Stories of 2020
In part two of our countdown, we unveil the top PCC story of the year, which features a 'Pinball Wizard' Posted December 28, 2020
Student Stacey Green outside wearing a mask Part 1: Top Stories of 2020
In the first of two parts, we countdown the year's best PCC stories Posted December 21, 2020
COVID testing PCC Offers Flu Vaccine/COVID Testing 6
The Multnomah County Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Program, in partnership with Multnomah County Communicable Disease Services […] Posted November 24, 2020
College Tackles Text Messages
On Nov. 14, PCC management learned that individuals posing as potential PCC students had fraudulently obtained PCC-issued email addresses, and […] Posted November 18, 2020
Ceramics demonstration Art of Online Teaching 1
A look at how PCC’s art instructors have transitioned a hands-on medium to the virtual world Posted November 2, 2020
A screenshot of participants from the Delivery Workgroup Strategic Planning survey open until 10/30 1
Portland Community College’s Strategic Planning process launched more than a year ago, and since then, its Steering Committee has weathered […] Posted October 23, 2020
Tunyanit Khuankhruea standing outside in the sun and smiling Finding Support
Student advocates like Tunyanit Khuankhruea are building awareness of PCC's strong support for abuse victims Posted October 19, 2020
PCC Recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day
The resolution also acknowledges the United States’ history of violence against Indigenous People, including forced migration, broken treaties and relocation. Posted October 11, 2020
Jessica Beck painting Profiles From a Distance: Jessica Beck 5
The Southeast Campus faculty chair for the art and psychology programs has been leading the way in online innovation Posted October 5, 2020