Mt. Hood Community College District board of education is looking for community members to fill at least three open seats.
In all, the designated four-year terms of four board members – Robert Coen, Diane Noriega, Paul Capell, and Tod Sloan – are up this year. » Read more
The American Association for Women In Community College (AAWCC) gathered in the Town & Gown room to hear a discussion on the changes the college has been through, led by three veteran AAWCC members.
Brenda Brady, IT project and portfolio management manager, started at MHCC in 1988. » Read more
Come one, come all: Climbers, athletes, thrill seekers, and even the average Janes and Joes can seek to better themselves, or just have fun, on the reopened rock wall in the MHCC Aquatic Center.
According to Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education (WLEE) student Mike Summers, the campus rock wall has not been getting the attention it deserves. » Read more
Multnomah County Library’s Everybody Reads 2015 project is featuring Mitchell S. Jackson’s novel, “The Residue Years.”
In the past, the Everybody Reads project has chosen authors who “talk about issues that matter” and “promote greater understanding,” according to the library’s webpage. » Read more
MHCC’s latest planetarium show: “Exploring our nearest Galaxies will exhibit on Tues, Feb. 3.
Each show takes place at the Planetarium Sky Theater (Room AC 1305). Showings occur every first Tuesday of the month: 6:00 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 8:30 pm. » Read more
The BSU, or Black Student Union, is gearing up for Black History Month in which the group will be unrolling a series of events dedicated to memorializing Black Pride, beginning Feb. 5 and ending Feb. 26.
Each week, the BSU will have a presentation and discussion. » Read more