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PCC's creative coding program seeks to provide students with tools to enter a new, growing field. Full article on our si...
05/13/2020
Creative Coding Program Provides Tools to Enter New, Growing Field - The Bridge

PCC's creative coding program seeks to provide students with tools to enter a new, growing field. Full article on our site! https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/05/12/creative-coding-program-provides-tools-to-enter-new-growing-field/

by Daniel Bloomfield In July 2019 PCC approved the new Creative Coding and Immersive Technologies (CCIT) program that offers students a 24-credit certificate and prepares them to continue their education in the creative computer coding field. It will be the…

PCC's libraries are offering their services remotely during the school closure. Read about how they have been able to ad...
05/07/2020
Continuing Online Access to PCC’s Libraries During the Shutdown - The Bridge

PCC's libraries are offering their services remotely during the school closure. Read about how they have been able to adapt and what services they are still offering. Full article on our site!

https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/05/06/continuing-online-access-to-pccs-libraries-during-the-shutdown/

by Kanani Cortez Like many of PCC’s student services, the library department has transitioned their operations entirely online while campuses remain closed. All four campus libraries have closed their doors in line with PCC’s college wide closure due to the…

PCC student, Niko Boskovic, shares his experiences as a student, poet, and as a writer blogging about autism. Read the f...
05/06/2020
Niko Speaks - The Bridge

PCC student, Niko Boskovic, shares his experiences as a student, poet, and as a writer blogging about autism. Read the full interview with and some of his poetry on our site!
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/05/01/niko-speaks/

by S.C. Taulbee Like many people his age, 18-year-old Portland Community College (PCC) student Niko Boskovic is still discovering who he is, where he fits into society, and how he can bring about positive change for himself and others. Niko…

PCC's counseling services are operating remotely and many resource centers are hosting virtual events to promote self ca...
05/01/2020
Counseling Services Still Here for PCC Students Remotely - The Bridge

PCC's counseling services are operating remotely and many resource centers are hosting virtual events to promote self care and other mental health resources. Read the full story on our website!

https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/04/30/counseling-services-still-here-for-pcc-students-remotely/

by Lex Rule PCC’s counseling services are adapting to the current campus shut down by offering students mental health support remotely. Students can access individual and group counseling sessions, drop-in group workshops, and social work services through a remote telehealth…

Instructors teaching PE classes virtually are getting creative and aiming to keep a strong connection with their student...
04/20/2020
Teaching Fitness From a Distance - The Bridge

Instructors teaching PE classes virtually are getting creative and aiming to keep a strong connection with their students, despite the distance. Read the full story here: https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/04/17/teaching-fitness-from-a-distance/

by Lex Rule For Physical Education classes, many of which usually require face-to-face instruction and physical contact, the transition to online learning may pose even more of a challenge—but it is one PCC instructors are willing to take. Delia McQueen…

Retired Student Rosemary Edwards shares her experience with community resources after a career in public health, and how...
03/26/2020
A Former Nurse and Current Student’s Perspective Amid Campus Closure - The Bridge

Retired Student Rosemary Edwards shares her experience with community resources after a career in public health, and how she’ll be affected by the coming move to online classes.
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2020/03/25/a-former-nurse-and-current-students-perspective-amid-campus-closure/

by Daniel Bloomfield While much of Portland’s population was self-quarantining amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Rosemary Edwards, a senior citizen and Portland Community College student, headed downtown to the Old Towne Clinic (OTC) to try and volunteer. As a retired registered…

PCC's production of Thorton Wilder's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play 'Our Town' premieres tonight at Sylvania's the...
03/07/2020
PCC’s Production of Our Town Highlights Theater Department’s Strong Ties - The Bridge

PCC's production of Thorton Wilder's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play 'Our Town' premieres tonight at Sylvania's theatre. Check out our preview featuring interviews with the cast and crew before enjoying the classic show, running this weekend and next!

by Lex Rule PCC Sylvania’s Winter production, Our Town, opens this month. On the surface, this award-winning classic by Thornton Wilder is about the everyday lives of two families, the Gibbs and the Webbs, living in a small American town…

Issue 2 of The Bridge’s 2020 run is on stands across PCC campuses now and in the coming days!  Our cover story takes a p...
03/02/2020

Issue 2 of The Bridge’s 2020 run is on stands across PCC campuses now and in the coming days! Our cover story takes a peek at some of the amazing art that comes to PCC at the annual African Film Festival, and we’ve got news stories covering the details of PCC’s new 10 year Coca-Cola vending contract, important community legal aid workshops, your creative corner submissions, and much more!

02/15/2020

PCC's 2020 Winter term is well underway and while you've all been hard at work in class, your new team at The Bridge has been putting together our first issue and getting it out into the world! Hopefully, you've already picked up your copy and are catching up on what we've been up to.

Our cover story features the 21st annual Wacipi Powwow at PCC, we've got articles from our new writing team on PCC's basketball teams, what your board of directors has been up to so far this year, and more.

In the coming days, we'll have lots of new content online for you to catch up with, more info on your new team of editors and writers, our plans for the future, and all the ways you can contribute your ideas, writing, and creativity to your student newspaper!

ATTENTION!!!The Bridge's Art Issue is OFFICIALLY LIVE on the web!If you haven't picked up a copy in a blue box on campus...
05/31/2019
The Bridge's Art Issue - The Bridge

ATTENTION!!!

The Bridge's Art Issue is OFFICIALLY LIVE on the web!

If you haven't picked up a copy in a blue box on campus, click below and check it out!

https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/05/31/the-bridges-art-issue/

Don't forget to join us to celebrate the issue release at the end-of-year fundraiser at Xhurch, TONIGHT from 7-10 pm!

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The Bridge, is putting out their annual art issue, featuring student art, poetry, and wingnut ramblings.Join us to celeb...
05/28/2019
The Bridge's Art Issue Release Show! - The Bridge

The Bridge, is putting out their annual art issue, featuring student art, poetry, and wingnut ramblings.
Join us to celebrate the issue release and end-of-year fundraiser at Xhurch, on Friday May 31st!
The event will include live music performances from bands;
Call Boy & Car Blinker Satellite, multi-media art created by PCC students, and fresh-off-the press Art Issues!
The event will be on Friday, May 31st from 7 PM to 10 PM at Xhurch on 4550 NE 20th Ave, Portland, OR 97211.

https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/05/24/the-bridges-art-issue-release-show/

The Bridge, is putting out their annual art issue, featuring student art, poetry, and wingnut ramblings. Join us to celebrate the issue release and end-of-year fundraiser at Xhurch, on Friday May 31st! The event will include live music performances from…

05/24/2019

ALSO, if you still want to submit, the submission date is open til Sunday the 26th!
Please send to [email protected]

Have you ever wondered what the key to perfect health looks like? The fountain of eternal youth? Look no further!!!Click...
05/24/2019
All Juice is Brain Juice! - The Bridge

Have you ever wondered what the key to perfect health looks like? The fountain of eternal youth? Look no further!!!

Click below to find out the secret to eternal youth
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/05/20/all-juice-is-brain-juice/

Have you ever wondered what the key to perfect health looks like? The fountain of eternal youth? Perhaps you imagined a mystical object un-described and unforeseen, or an amorphous glimmer of light. But really, it’s been sitting right in front…

The Bridge's 4th Issue of the Term is official out! Pick up one in a blue box or check us out online!https://pccbridge.c...
05/03/2019

The Bridge's 4th Issue of the Term is official out! Pick up one in a blue box or check us out online!

https://pccbridge.com/

Portland Community College Paragon Arts Gallery on N Killingsworth is hosting an interactive installation. HERE // Humbo...
04/30/2019
HERE // Humboldt: More Than An Instillation, More than Interactive - The Bridge

Portland Community College Paragon Arts Gallery on N Killingsworth is hosting an interactive installation. HERE // Humboldt, centers the voices of black artists and community members located in the rapidly gentrifying, and historically black neighborhood of North/Northeast Portland.

Click below to read more
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/04/23/here-humboldt-more-than-an-instillation-more-than-interactive/

What’s It About? Until April 25th, PCC’s Paragon Art Gallery on N Killingsworth is hosting an interactive installation. HERE // Humboldt, centers the voices of black artists and community members located in the rapidly gentrifying, and historically black neighborhood of…

Paul Marshall talked to the Bridge last term about being the sports announcer for PCC, how he got into sports broadcasti...
04/30/2019
Panther's P.A. Announcer: Paul Marshall, on PCC Athletics & Sports Journalism - The Bridge

Paul Marshall talked to the Bridge last term about being the sports announcer for PCC, how he got into sports broadcasting, and why PCC's Athletics is so special.

Click below to check it out
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/04/24/panthers-p-a-announcer-paul-marshall-on-pcc-athletics-sports-journalism/

Paul Marshall has been the public address announcer for PCC Athletics for the past four years. He has played basketball, football, track and soccer but knew he wanted to get involved in sports journalism. He got his undergrad from Morehouse…

Around one hundred staff, faculty, and administrators of Portland Community College participated in a training entitled ...
04/26/2019
Creating Inclusive, Socially Just Campus Environments at PCC - The Bridge

Around one hundred staff, faculty, and administrators of Portland Community College participated in a training entitled Creating Inclusive, Socially Just Campus Environments. The event was facilitated by Jamie Washington, Ph.D., of Washington Consulting Group and Kathy Obear, Ed.D., from the Center for Transformation and Change. The purpose of this training was to outline a variety of direct actions and behavior changes that PCC staff can practice as a means to create a more socially just, equitable, and diverse college setting.

Click below to read more
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/04/23/creating-inclusive-socially-just-campus-environments-at-pcc/

Employees of Little Big Burger announced last month they will be unionizing in affiliation with Portland IWW the same or...
04/25/2019
Little Big Union: Employees of Local Fast Food Chain Announce Unionization & Gain Community Support - The Bridge

Employees of Little Big Burger announced last month they will be unionizing in affiliation with Portland IWW the same organization backing the Burgerville Workers Union

Click below to read more
https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/04/23/little-big-union-employees-of-local-fast-food-chain-announce-unionization-gain-community-support/

Employees of local Portland chain, Little Big Burger, announced in March that they would be unionizing in affiliation with the Industrial Workers of the World, the same organization backing the Burgerville union. Little Big Burger was founded in Portland in…

04/24/2019

Second Issue of the Term is officially out!
Check it out online or in a blue box at a campus near you!
https://pccbridge.com/

Click below to read how the next generation are leading the way in a massive climate strike.https://pccbridge.com/index....
04/14/2019
The Youth Take Charge! World's Largest Environmental Strike - The Bridge

Click below to read how the next generation are leading the way in a massive climate strike.

https://pccbridge.com/index.php/2019/04/04/the-youth-take-charge-worlds-largest-environmental-strike/

In the event that global efforts to combat climate change finally come to fruition, one might expect that historians will point to Friday, March 15th, 2019 as a catalyst for such success. This day is significant in that it marks…

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