By Kristen Wohlers
By Kristen Wohlers
By Ty Delbridge Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is coming. But for students, there’s one thing first: finals. So, before you open your gifts from Santa, you will be opening final test packets. Finals can be a stressful time in a college student’s life. “I think there is a little bit more pressure for athletes […]
The holiday season is upon us! Views differ in regards to exactly how and when the festive events associated with this time of year should be conducted. This short list of budget friendly ideas and celebration techniques is perfect for cost conscious college students or those who wish to rebel against the capitalist regime. By […]
By Collin Berend Vanessa Castle is of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe in Port Angeles, Wash. and is a former student at Clackamas who recently withdrew to protest the pipeline with many others in North Dakota. “I am here as a water protector to help stand with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their […]
Story and photo by Merari Calderon Ruiz Some people work, others are students and only a few are leaders. The Associated Student Government is the representation and voice for students attending Clackamas Community College. They provide many benefits and opportunities for students. Some of it includes the lending library, book exchange, lost and found, calculator […]
Clackamas teacher creates cool things across the world By Debbie Fox Paris, St. Petersburg, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and finally Oregon – Bruce Mulligan’s knack for art and welding has followed him from France to Clackamas Community College. He has been teaching since 1994, and began at the college this fall. Mulligan has also […]
Story and photo by Collin Berend President-elect Donald J. Trump stunned the world when he won the presidential election. Hillary Clinton was predicted to win according to many polls. This, however, was not the case. National reaction to the win has not settled well with many of the supporters who voted for Clinton, voted for […]
Dear readers, We received both passionate praise and decided disapproval concerning the cover headline from our last issue, which read: “Trump grabs US by pussy.” Did he not? We heard students laugh when they read it, some staff members told us it made their day and many students proudly shared it on social media. But […]
By Kristen Wohlers and Collin Berend Donald Trump (and hair) has been elected as the 45th President of the United States over Hillary Clinton in a tight race. Oregon’s seven electoral votes went to Clinton. The college’s own president of the Associated Student Government, Jairo Rodriguez, weighed in on the election. “I really don’t have […]
By Merari Calderon Ruiz Entering a competition is a journey that not everyone will win, but these Clackamas students did. The Western Association of Criminal Justice is affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and they have regional conferences every year, usually at different locations. On Oct. 12-14, the conference and poster competition took […]
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