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PCC IN THE NEWS: Pulliams featured in OPB college funding story
Photos and Story by James Hill
March 1, the Sherwood Gazette reported PCC is considering a partnership with the school district there.
March 7, the Portland Observer published a column by Algie Gatewood about Weekend College and showcased the Gateway to College program’s nationwide replication efforts in another article.
March 8, the Lake Oswego Review ran a front-page article with pictures of the Age Boom Conference at Sylvania.
March 9, the Salem News Online reported on Bill Bradbury’s upcoming “An Inconvenient Truth” presentation at Sylvania.
March 16, the Hillsboro Argus spotlighted the Heartbeat 5K Run/Walk at Sylvania.
March 21, the Forest Grove News-Times featured a student who is making a name for himself in firefighting.
March 22, Oregon Public Broadcasting aired an interview with Preston Pulliams on the Ways and Means Committee’s $458 million proposed budget for community colleges.
March 22, the Lake Oswego Review reported on Bill Bradbury’s appearance at Sylvania about global warming.
March 22, the Beaverton Valley Times revealed that Linda Degman (Rock Creek facilities project manager) is running for Zone 7 of the Beaverton School board.
March 26, the Salem Statesman Journal highlighted PCC’s Emergency Tele-communicator 9-1-1 program.
March 28, the Hillsboro Argus featured the Heartbeat 5k event with a larger, in-depth story.
March 28, Ann Nickerson, a former Rock Creek Campus landscape student, wins design challenge on HGTV and gets profiled by The Oregonian.
March 29, a PCC aviation student discusses his meeting with an astronaut in The Oregonian.