Arts & Culture

A Walk Among The Tombstones

By Britt Tilton / October 29, 2014

Many students are scrambling to buy fake blood, stock up on candy and figure out the best parties to attend this Halloween. Alternatively, if you prefer a more subtle brand of spooky, you’re in luck: Robert Keeler, anthropologist and Clackamas Community College professor, is a member of the Association for Gravestone Studies and he was…

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Enter at your own risk

By Amber Fairbanks / October 22, 2014

It’s October once again! Time to carve pumpkins, eat too much candy and get the you-know-what scared out of you! If you’re looking for a Halloween attraction that will have you sleeping with the lights on for a week, The Print has you covered. Last week, I recruited some friends and we checked out two…

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Staff show their stuff

By Auriana Cook / October 22, 2014

Imagine a room with a 25-foot long rainbow-colored predator drone, a beautiful wooden sailboat created with found objects and giant humanoid pieces of fruit on the walls. If this sounds like somewhere you’d like to visit, look no further than the Faculty Art Show, currently up in the Alexander Gallery in Niemeyer Center. Kelly White,…

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Lights, camera, costumes

By Megan McCoy / October 15, 2014

Costumes add an important element to any production; they can help develop characters’ personalities as well as the setting of the story. The person taking on the task of creating the costumes for plays here at Clackamas Community College is Alva Bradford. Bradford has lived in the Oregon City area her whole life and attended…

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Pumpkin Spice Party

By Auriana Cook / October 15, 2014

October means cozy sweaters, falling leaves … and pumpkin spice everything! It’s hard to ignore the insanity of pumpkin spice season. Facebook is flooded with recipes, and the smell of pumpkin spice lattes wafts from every corner. This year, ditch your daily Starbucks and get your pumpkin spice fix at home by baking some delicious…

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