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News Archive for February, 2014

Phil Seder has developed 14 patents related to digital image processing and has six years with the Peace Corps, including two volunteer years in Africa and four years in administration, under his belt. Business faculty member shares experience as part of college’s strategic planning 1
Phil Seder, chair of the Business department at the Sylvania Campus, sees his service on the college’s strategic planning steering committee as an opportunity to contribute to the creation of PCC’s future trajectory Friday, Feb 28, 2014
PCC staff, faculty visit with state leaders about college's value and vision PCC staff, faculty visit with state leaders about college’s value and vision 2
More than 50 people from the college community attended the 2014 PCC Day at the Capitol in Salem on Tuesday, Feb. 25 to talk one-on-one with state legislators Wednesday, Feb 26, 2014
Poster for the 24th Cascade Festival of African Films. Cascade Festival of African Films dedicates 24th year to Mandela 5
This year’s festival honors the memory of South Africa's first black democratically elected president Wednesday, Feb 26, 2014
Sylvania Theatre Arts' Patrick Tangredi dishes on 'Spoon River' play Sylvania Theatre Arts’ Patrick Tangredi dishes on ‘Spoon River’ play 12
The Theatre Arts Program at the Sylvania Campus has a new play - “The Spoon River Project.” Based on Edgar Lee Masters' “Spoon River Anthology,” the former residents of the small but complex town of Spoon River examine their lives and longings for who they were and what might have been Monday, Feb 24, 2014
The PCC men's basketball team celebrates their historic advancement to the NWAACC Tournament. PCC’s men’s basketball team heads to the post-season for the first time 1
Led by Josh Turner’s 32 points, the Panthers overcame a nine-point second-half deficit to grab the victory on their home court at the Cascade Campus Friday, Feb 21, 2014
More coming up on Sylvania's Black History Month celebrations More coming up on Sylvania’s Black History Month celebrations
In honor of Black History Month, the Sylvania Campus hosted a series of events and activities to raise awareness of the contributions of Black Americans throughout history. Celebrating Black History Month is an important part of the campus’ ongoing commitment to diversity Friday, Feb 21, 2014
12th Annual Asian New Year Celebration attracts big audience, plenty of fun 12th Annual Asian New Year Celebration attracts big audience, plenty of fun 1
The 12th Annual Asian New Year Celebration brought the Southeast Portland community together on Monday, Feb. 17 with dances, music, martial arts demonstrations, vendors, Chinese calligraphy, raffles and face-painting Thursday, Feb 20, 2014
Rock Creek theater group puts on ‘Wind in the Willows’ 1
Beginning Friday, Feb. 21, PCC Theatre@Rock Creek presents the award-winning musical "The Wind in the Willows," which is based on Kenneth Grahame’s timeless classic Thursday, Feb 20, 2014
Wilson uses a variety of media and processes including photography, video and fabric for the show. New art exhibit at Cascade Campus explores identity, race
The Cascade Campus Art Gallery is presenting Tammy Jo Wilson’s new artwork exploring identity and race Monday, Feb 17, 2014
PCC faculty write children’s book to teach from the heart PCC faculty write children’s book to teach from the heart 2
James and Indy Lucas of Corbett want to educate kids about the importance of using Automatic External Defibrillators in emergencies Monday, Feb 17, 2014