Had Neil Young himself stumbled into the Doug Fir Lounge two Fridays ago, he might have left smiling, like the rest of the sellout crowd. » Read more
Chris Gorsek is a guy who, you could say, wears a lot of different hats.
The 56-year-old geography and criminal justice instructor at Mt. » Read more
MHCC writing instructor and Iraq war vereran Sean Davis will be reading from his book, “The Wax Bullet War,” in the Studio Theater from noon to 1 p.m. » Read more
Starting Saturday, the Portland Police Bureau will host its WomenStrength classes in the Mt. Hood gymnasium.
At the request of Cherilyn Nederhiser, MHCC lead public safety officer, the Police Bureau is reaching outside city limits to give students a chance to take this class. » Read more
Last Tuesday, Mt. Hood counselor Malcolm McCord spoke about ways in which depressed students can handle their issues in a talk called “Coping with Depression.”
McCord began with a fact that is not commonly known: “Twenty to thirty percent of the U.S. » Read more
Cinderella left more than a shoe on the field after Wednesday night’s Game 7 of the World Series.
The Kansas City Royals, a team that was seemingly never meant to escape the first playoff round, duked it out with the San Francisco Giants for a week, battling all the way to the bottom of the ninth inning. » Read more