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Posted in December 2012

Top-10 web stories of 2012
Welcome to our top-list of most read stories in 2012 on the PCC website. Each week during the past year, […] Posted December 31, 2012
A young dancer from last year's powwow. Powwow all about culture 3
The 14th annual event features drum groups and dancers from across the region Posted December 28, 2012
Music student Eric Garcia played the guitar at this year’s Sylvania Winter Fest, as part of the entertainment schedule. Sylvania's Winter Fest success
This year’s celebration garnered 14 baskets, as well as gift certificates and donations from nearby businesses Posted December 27, 2012
Really – dark chocolate is considered brain-healthy. Brain health seminar at Newberg
On Saturday, Jan. 12, the Newberg Center will host “Aging with Brain Health in MIND,” a seminar from 8:15 a.m. to noon Posted December 27, 2012
The Atrox Somes exhibition is comprised of a group of artists who have confronted a life changing health issue. 'Atrox Somes' at North View
This exhibition is comprised of a group of artists who have confronted a life changing health issue (whether directly or indirectly) in their lives Posted December 27, 2012
Video highlights of 2012 3
Back by popular demand is our top-list of most watched and discussed videos! Below are some of the highlighted video […] Posted December 24, 2012
The remotely-controlled robot soccer players are directed by students and faculty at the computer table on the sidelines. Those commanding the robots’ moves can be seen in the tablets – the “heads” of the players. STEM breeds robotic challenge 6
Late last month, the Sylvania Campus hosted its first remotely-controlled robotic soccer challenge Posted December 21, 2012
snowblast7 Snow blast at Sylvania 2
Winter has officially started at PCC. As the day has progressed on Tuesday, Dec. 18, more and more snow and ice pellets have built up at the Sylvania Campus Posted December 18, 2012
Cascade President Algie Gatewood. Cascade, SEC transportation alert 2
Parking will be tight for a while as new facilities are built. College has many options to get to, and park at, the North Portland location Posted December 12, 2012
PCC Government Relations Manager Rob Wagner snaps a cell phone picture of the group. Reverse transfer agreement signed 7
Funded by a national grant, the two institutions will recognize students’ past achievements with associate’s degrees after they’ve transferred to the university Posted December 12, 2012


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