Arts & Culture

Unclog your mind at the Tulip Festival

By Aaliyana Balderas / May 9, 2022

Spring is the season of nature and regrowth. Trees begin to regain their leaves, vegetables become ripe and delicious, and flowers begin to bloom brightly. Some see tulips as a sign that spring has sprung, and here in Oregon when the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival opens. The 38th season ended May 8, and the festival…

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Soaking in Seattle

By Katie Skibba / May 9, 2022

Are you feeling the dreaded burnout? The imbalance of life and work is about to bring you down, but you don’t know how to counteract it with only having a weekend to escape?  While it may not be the most exostic of places to go, Seattle can provide a quick change of scenery. Just a…

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Braided River exhibit provokes nerves

By Laura Southers / May 6, 2022

I enjoyed visiting the Alexander Art Gallery for the escape it provided from everyday life and for the relaxation provided to my overworked, overly scholastic, eyeballs. This was not possible at the gallery’s last exhibit, “Braided River: Lower Willamette Speaks,” which closed on April 29. It was more of a political manifesto than an artistic…

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Top 5 best Dutch Bros drinks for summer

By Hailey Reeves / May 3, 2022

Summer is quickly approaching, which means time for fun in the sun. What better way to celebrate summer than with a fun, cool beverage? Here are the top five best drinks to commence this summer.  #1 Shark Attack Rebel $5.45 You can’t go wrong with a classic Dutch Bros Rebel. Rebels typically consist of Red…

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The Secrets of Dumbledore worth seeing

By Jordan Jamison / May 3, 2022

“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” is a PG-13 movie, released in the U.S. on April 15 that you don’t want to miss. The scenes will keep you on your toes with great acting, amazing storyline, impressive CGI, and even better music. The creators of the film put a lot of effort into it and…

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What’s the buzz about brunch at The Hive Social?

By Bella Vaughn / April 25, 2022

Review by Kortney Parr and Bella Vaughn Like many people, we like to find excuses to eat good food and to see our friends. Many of us love breakfast but we value our sleep. We compromise by getting breakfast around 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. , hence the name brunch. As much as we love the standard…

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High-end cookies worth the dough

By Katie Skibba / April 23, 2022

In a world full of desserts, the cookie is one of the most well known. In a quest to open the cookie shop of their dreams, Jason McGowan and Sawyer Hemsley opened the first Crumbl Cookie in 2017 in Logan, Utah. Starting with the classic chocolate chip, they eventually started the now weekly rotation of…

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Lego Star Wars forces gamers to return

By Joseph Lohmolder / April 19, 2022

It is always interesting when a game or movie related to Star Wars comes out; as a lifetime fan I’m always split between loving it because my nostalgia goggles are firmly stuck to my face, and being disappointed because recent games and movies miss crucial elements that make this franchise widely loved. It’s safe to…

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Multiple restaurants close to school

By Isaiah Burns / April 19, 2022

Easy to get to, easy to eat. College offers multiple restaurants close to school. So you’re hungry, you’ve got 15 minutes until your next class starts, and you’ve got $13 to your name. We’ve all been there before. So it’s another lunch off the dollar menu at the nearest McDonald’s, and if it makes you…

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Winter term print: Crossword puzzle answers

By Hailey Reeves / March 31, 2022

This year, our winter term game page featured a crossword puzzle. Pick up a copy of The Clackamas Print and give it a try, then, check your answers below!

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