Arts & Culture

Van Gogh exhibit makes you part of the art

By Alexis Sear / February 17, 2022

  Beyond Van Gogh is an exhibit that had you standing in art itself watching it move all around you.  More than 300 of  Vincent Van Gogh’s works were illuminated on the walls and floors of the Oregon Convention Center in a production called Beyond Van Gogh that is traveling all over the country. The…

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10 Movies to Watch for Black History Month

By Ethan Rogers / February 17, 2022

Any list of must watch movies will be imperfect in nature. There are simply too many movies to choose from and no two people have the same taste. That is no less true when looking for movies on Black history. I have tried to create a list that covers the full spectrum of American history,…

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Department Chair of Music Lars Campbell Q&A

By Samantha Matson / February 13, 2022

Lars Campbell is the department chair for the music department at Clackamas Community College. In addition to working at CCC, he is also co-founder of the Portland Jazz Orchestra and regularly performs with the Oregon Symphony and the Oregon ballet theater orchestras. Having a background in jazz and classical music with a specialty for trombone,…

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‘About Time’ the Alexander Gallery hosts in person exhibit

By Bella Vaughn / February 8, 2022

 Clackamas Community College is hosting its first in-person art exhibit since February 2020 in the Alexander Gallery located at the Niemeyer Center on the Oregon City Campus.  The exhibit titled “About Time” runs through Feb. 25. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on campus, it was closed temporarily and the artists’ talk postponed until Feb. 9 at…

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In-person classes return after three week pause

By Madalena Larkins / January 30, 2022

Classes that were in person at the beginning of winter term 2022 will return to being in-person starting Monday, Jan. 31, after being remote since Jan. 12, according to an email from Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook to all CCC staff on Jan. 26th. Student services that were initially scheduled to be available in-person…

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Michigander came to Oregon for the plants: horticulture instructor offers fruitful information

By Quinton Paul / January 29, 2022

Have you ever wondered what are some of the more unique features when it comes to horticulture? The Clackamas Print had the opportunity to sit down with Tonia Lordy,  who helps run a small nonprofit on campus that helps students and anybody interested in learning more about horticulture.  The Clackamas Print: What exactly do you…

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OMSI exhibit brings Nelson Mandela’s story to SE Portland

By Alexis Sear / December 13, 2021

Nelson Mandela was a social rights activist and South Africa’s first Black president. He helped campaign peaceful protests against the South African government; just like Martin Luther King Jr. he fought for equality.  Mandela is the subject of an OMSI exhibit now through Feb. 13; reservations are required. Going to OMSI in the early morning,…

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Carnival cruising during COVID

By Katie Skibba / December 12, 2021

Cruise vacations — what other vacation can you unpack once, visit multiple places, and have unlimited food and entertainment steps away from your room?  They seem like the perfect vacation, or at least until the COVID-19 pandemic hit and hundreds of people got stuck on ships while the virus made its way through cabins.  The…

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Student government president hopes to return to campus

By Connor McCoy / December 1, 2021

Felicity Orrell might be the youngest president to ever lead the Associated Student Government at Clackamas Community College. The Clackamas Print sat down with the 16-year-old ASG president to talk about her work at the college and why she wants to be back at school in person.  The Clackamas Print: What do you do as…

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The Price Is Right Live comes to Portland

By Lizzy Marine / December 1, 2021

Come on down —  you’re the next contestant on The Price Is Right! When you think of the iconic Keller Auditorium, you may think of Broadway musicals, The Nutcracker and plays that draw in thousands of people each year.  However in November, the Keller brought in hundreds of people with hopes of winning big!   Do…

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