Arts & Culture

Meet some of the young leaders making a difference at CCC

By Grant Pauli / March 16, 2023

Clackamas Community College  attracts a wide variety of students from all walks of life, including (sometimes very) young individuals searching to get a head start on higher education.  Programs such as student government and leadership classes attract many of these individuals and give them tools needed to positively impact our community.  Madelina Larkins, 16, is…

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Mental health amidst return to campus post-pandemic

By Justus Hoover / March 16, 2023

Most of us have experienced stress at some point in our life. Whether it be at home, work, or in school we have all struggled with something. College can be a very stressful topic for individuals. It can get in the way of life for a lot of people, and that can cause things to…

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Explore Portland’s best local vendors at the Hollywood Farmers Market

By Diego Garcia / March 15, 2023

Great vibes and food are live and well over at the Hollywood Farmers Market, located in the Grocery Outlet parking lot off 44th Avenue and Hancock Street in Portland. With more than 50 different rotating vendors from bakeries to cocktail syrups, Hollywood Farmers Market is sure to have a vendor that is right up your…

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Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Review

By Diego Garcia / March 8, 2023

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania happens to be the thirty-first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline, and first movie in the “Phase Five” MCU movie plan, with the previous movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, being the last of “Phase Four.” This movie is a very well-rounded Action-Comedy with a lot of suspenseful yet emotional…

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Ride the cosmic waves: Cosmic Tubing at Mount Hood Ski Bowl

By Kylie Zeman / February 27, 2023

Layer up, get your friends, and head to Cosmic Tubing Cosmic tubing is located at Ski Bowl on Mt. Hood, 50 miles away from Clackamas Community College. With fast tubes, loud music, and bright lights, families and friends are able to attend Cosmic tubing and have a great time. Tammy Saelao, Lead Guest Services at…

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Oh Cougie, where art thou?

By Aaliyana Balderas / February 23, 2023

CCCʼs beloved mascot is elusive, hereʼs why Have you ever wondered about Clackamas Community College’s mascot? Cougie is the name of our Cougar mascot here at CCC, but his story seems to be unknown. Mascots are important for school spirit and student engagement, so why is Cougie not so involved? Michelle Baker, the student life…

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CCC hires new theater director

By Dean Bechard / February 22, 2023

CLACKAMAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE WELCOMES JAYNE STEVENS Jayne Stevens is the new part-time theater director here at Clackamas Community College. She has been at CCC since Fall Term 2022 and has many plans coming up for the Theatre Program. The Clackamas Print interviewed Jayne about her thoughts on becoming the new theater director and her knowledge…

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Grow your business with the Small Business Development Center

By Ethan M. Rogers / February 10, 2023

Director of the Small Business Development Center, Robert Campbell, discusses the programs available at the SBDC on Harmony Campus on The Clackamas Print Podcast. Click the link below to listen.  

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Oregon City’s Old Guard Restaurants

By Gabriel Lucich / February 10, 2023

  There are few independent restaurants that stand the test of time. Some are traditional, some are not. They have survived the pandemic, the financial crash of 2008, and the peculiarities that Oregon City diners exhibit. I’m going out of my way to highlight eateries that have been around a long time, but the important…

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Hopping our way into the New Year

By Ethan M. Rogers / February 6, 2023

Lions and dragons and lights, oh my! Lan Su Garden celebrated the Lunar New Year in style – the 16 day Lunar New Year celebration of the Year of the Rabbit continued through Feb. 5 at Lan Su Garden, located at 239 N.W. Everett St. in Portland. The event gave folks a chance to experience…

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