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News Archive for January, 2014

PCC Board appoints Courtney Wilton to fill Zone 3 vacancy PCC Board appoints Courtney Wilton to fill Zone 3 vacancy
Wilton brings strong finance and budgeting skills to the board Friday, Jan 31, 2014
15th annual Winter Powwow draws big crowds at Sylvania Campus 15th annual Winter Powwow draws big crowds at Sylvania Campus
PCC’s 15th Annual Traditional Winter Powwow took place on Saturday, Jan. 18. The event is Sylvania Campus’ signature diversity event and featured drum groups and dancers from across the region, Native American crafts and food, activities for children, and raffle prizes. The ceremony was led by Master of Ceremonies Bob Tom (Confederated Tribes of Siletz and Grand Ronde) and Whip Man Ed Goodell (Confederated Tribes of Siletz). Northwest Indian Veterans Association served as this year’s color guard. Attendees were able to meet and engage with local community groups as well as admission representatives from colleges and universities throughout Oregon. More than 1,000 people from across the northwest region were in attendance. With the help of students, staff, and faculty volunteers, […] Friday, Jan 31, 2014
Randy McEwen serves as the chair of PCC's Strategic Planning Steering Committee. Randy McEwen Q & A: College making strides in strategic planning process 5
The steering committee – led by Vice President Randy McEwen – has been instrumental in outlining the beginnings of a strategic plan to best serve students and the community at large, now and over the next five years Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014
Alembic magazine is now taking submissions. Alembic literature magazine wants poems, stories, art
The student editors of Alembic literary magazine are seeking submissions from PCC students and staff Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014
Sylvania Multicultural Center Student leader, Patrick Anderson, says he is “happy to have a space to continue promoting campus events and activities”. Phase 1 of Sylvania CC bond remodel is complete 1
The Sylvania Campus kicked off the start of winter term by celebrating the completion and roll out of Phase 1 of the College Center's bond remodel project Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014
When she is not in class or studying, Camilla mancia spends her time raising money for various non-profit organizations in Portland through her involvement in the Imperial Sovereign Rose Court of Oregon. Sylvania programs give students needed boost toward life goals
Navigating any college system can a be daunting task for students Monday, Jan 27, 2014
College encouraging staff, faculty and students to attend Day at the Capitol College encouraging staff, faculty and students to attend Day at the Capitol
Time to register for PCC's 2014 Day at the Capitol on Feb. 7 Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014
Sylvania Music Program hosts special Valentine’s day concert
This event is part of private music lesson requirements for students majoring or minoring in music at the four-year level Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014
The first PCC Answer Center begins at Southeast Center The first PCC Answer Center begins at Southeast Center 2
The center will serve as an important one-stop for students to access college resources Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014
A scene from last year's Winter Powwow at the Sylvania Campus. PCC celebrates 15th Winter Powwow in January
More than 1,000 people attend the college’s annual event, which features drum groups, dancers from around the Northwest, and Native arts and crafts Thursday, Jan 16, 2014