For our measure 86 coverage, click here (Measure 86 would create state fund for education).
For our measure 89 coverage, click here (Potential new language for gender equality).
For our measure 90 coverage, click here (Measure 90 can open primaries to all).
For our measure 91 coverage, click here (Possible funding for schools, police with weed money). » Read more
Last Monday, OOHLALA was launched by ASG as MHCCs personal application tool for any smart- capable device.
The mobile app is capable of much more than just taking up precious gigabytes on your phone. It comes with a campus GPS that allows you to see your class schedule and locate it on MHCCs campus. » Read more
On Monday, 14 elected officials and candidates on the Nov. 4 ballot, from state senators to local mayors, will visit MHCC to talk directly to students.
The event will run 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 in Jazz Café (Room 2059 in the Academy Center). » Read more
The Troublesome Movement, also known as the Political Activism Club, is a new group of students at Mt. Hood coming together to promote working for the common good and letting everyone’s voices be heard.
Stephen Graves, MHCC political science instructor and club president, came up with the idea after realizing he always had students who liked the concept and wanted to take it a step further. » Read more
Last week, Chris Jackson, philosophy instructor at Mt. Hood, presented what a modern educated individual could accept as a telos, that purpose or goal, for “The Good Life”: the idea of flourishing.
This week saw the conclusion of the three-week series on the good life with a presentation by MHCC social scientist and political science instructor Janet Campbell on the feasibility of using such a guiding ethos to affect change in society, followed by an interactive sharing of ideas between Jackson, Campbell and the audience. » Read more
In today’s atmosphere of careless government spending and economic turmoil, Measure 86 makes a statement that we should be planning for the future in a practical way.
A referendum from the Oregon Legislature, the measure requests approval from the voters to borrow money on behalf of the state to create a fund to subsidize the student costs of post-secondary education. » Read more