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University of Portland will expand toward the river under proposed ...

University of Portland will expand toward the river under proposed ... | What College? | Scoop.it

The university's plan would allow it to develop 35 acres it purchased in 2008 on a Superfund site -- and eventually buy 45 more. The new master plan would allow the 111-year-old university to significantly increase its student ...


Via Former Portland Mayor Sam Adams
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I thought this article was ok. It didn't sound that appealing, but I would really want to go here in the future so it's good information to know that the campus would be growing.

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Columbian.com - Blogging pioneer blazes trail for WordPress at Clark College

Columbian.com - Blogging pioneer blazes trail for WordPress at Clark College | What College? | Scoop.it
A colorful crowd sat in a room of Clark College’s computer technology wing Thursday night. About half of the 20 students were the usual suspects — aspiring programmers or web developers.

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I find this article very interesting. It makes me think about going to this community college. The technology seems very up to date here, even though that wouldn't have anything to do with my major, it would be very helpful with doing assignments.

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Portland Community College reaches age 50 with a broader, more academic mission - OregonLive.com

Portland Community College reaches age 50 with a broader, more academic mission - OregonLive.com | What College? | Scoop.it

OregonLive.comPortland Community College reaches age 50 with a broader, more academic missionOregonLive.comCampuses: Offers three comprehensive campuses, eight workforce training and education centers and 200 community locations in the Portland area.


Via Former Portland Mayor Sam Adams
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This was an interesting article. thinking about how they are improving with age makes me really want to think about going here. Its sound like a good place to go to school and it would be a good location.

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