Arts & Culture

Back to the future: vinyl offers new spin on music

By Robin Scott / April 29, 2015

A new music degree is in the works at Clackamas Community College for students hoping for careers in the music industry. The Associates of Applied Science in music performance and technology would be a new option for those wanting to go into the music business, according to vocal music director, Kathleen Hollingsworth, who came up…

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Battle of the cupcakes

By Megan McCoy / April 29, 2015

Oregon City provides  sweet hunt for cupcakes Sweet, fluffy and oh so fattening; cupcakes are a popular dessert for all ages. After learning that there are a few cupcake shops within five miles of Clackamas Community College, I was determined to find Oregon City’s best cupcake. Little did I know, I was in for a…

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Protect yourself on college campuses

By Amber Fairbanks / April 29, 2015

WARNING: This column is about rape and sexual assault. There have been a lot of reports in the news about sexual assault and rape on campuses all over the country recently. As a result, students have been kicked out of universities and have lost scholarships over it. It makes me wonder, how many cases go…

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Dressed to depress

By Katie Archer / April 22, 2015

Since their existence, men and women have always driven the other sex crazy. Sometimes good, other times not so good. Fashion is one that could fall under both categories. Even here at Clackamas Community College, both girls and guys have their fashion pet peeves about the other sex. Guys, want some fashion tips from girls…

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Crossword Puzzle Answers

By Andrew Koczian / April 15, 2015

Crossword puzzle answers: Down:                                                                    Across: 1 – three                            …

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‘True Story’ stirs up old emotions

By Clackamas Print / April 15, 2015

One of Oregon’s infamous murderers has hit the big screen. British director Rupert Goold took the, well, true story of Christian Longo’s murders and created an emotional, compelling movie. Using Michael Finkel’s book by the same title, Goold retold the fascinating story of Longo and Finkel’s unlikely relationship. In 2002, Finkel was fired from The…

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To sleep or to walk … the morning after

By Amber Fairbanks / April 14, 2015

One night stands. Many college students have had one, thanks to hormones and Tinder. Most likely it will not be the last one you have in your life. Spring break is the biggest party week of the year. You may have had a one night stand (or multiple, no judgments) during that time. The morning…

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Laramie Project brings emotion to stage

By Cassidy Scott / March 4, 2015

My initial feeling when entering the Osterman Theatre at Clackamas Community College was one of awkwardness. The Laramie Project, a play based on the 1998 murder of homosexual college student Matthew Shepard, brings a darker and more mature theme to the CCC theatre department. Coming to see the winter production of The Laramie Project, a…

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Stomachs growl for 64 oz of local microbrews

By Zak Laster / March 3, 2015

Everyone loves beer. You love beer. I love beer. You may not know it, but beer is evolving. No longer is it the cool thing to do to go to your local grocery store and pick up a six pack of beer. Now you can own your own glass container called a growler, which you…

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Fill your beer bellies with these recipes

By Erin Carey / March 3, 2015

While I’m not particularly a huge fan of drinking beer (I wholeheartedly believe it tastes like stinky socks), I do love to cook with it. Using two beers from Alameda — Black Bear Stout (a dark, rich beer good for dark meat and dark desserts like brownies) and El Torero IPA (a much lighter Indian…

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