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Physical education classes can’t compete

With winter registration wrapped up, it is becoming obvious that one-credit PE classes are not filling up the way they used to. “This year has been tough for everybody, not just my classes but a lot of PE classes,” Karon Allen, aerobics teacher, … [Read More...]


Opinion: new logos lack originality

Just like any company, the face of a post-secondary school needs to encompass the ideals of its community and its goals for the students who attend there. While most wouldn’t hold the brand of a community college in high regard, those who attend it do. Clackamas Community College is going through … [Read More...]


Hairy Cougars

November – a time of thanksgiving, family, football and good food, and of course awesome beards. No- Shave November, which was originally called ‘Movember,’ started as a prostate awareness foundation and grew into a nation sweeping competition: who can grow a more epic beard? Whether it’s … [Read More...]