Arts & Culture

Category is: Drive in Drag!

By Lizzy Marine / June 8, 2021

In early May, Voss Events, Drive’n Drag Saves 2021, featured a multitude of drag queens from the ever so popular, “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” The drive-in style event was held in the parking lot of the Clackamas Town Center in Happy Valley.

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The ten best outdoor eateries near the college

By Lizzy Marine / June 4, 2021

Indoor dining still freaking you out? With the pandemic putting restrictions on dining indoors, restaurants have gotten quite crafty with their outdoor seating.

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Rocky Horror Picture Show is Back at The Clinton

By Katie Skibba / May 26, 2021

After over a year of being closed, the iconic Portland Clinton Theatre was able to open its doors back to the public, bringing the Saturday night showings of the 1975 cult classic, Rocky Horror Picture Show, to the screen once again.

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CCC student art show stays alive, even through a pandemic

By Lizzy Marine / May 19, 2021

Students of Clackamas Community College art programs have kept busy this year. This has been modeled by the 112 submissions to the 2021 Virtual Student Art Show. Participants displayed art of all different disciplines, such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, digital design, video, jewelry, and design. The annual Student Art Show gives the artists…

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New food cart pod, Corner 14, makes its residency in Oregon City

By Lizzy Marine / March 14, 2021

Oregon City has introduced a brand new food cart pod and tap house, Corner 14, located at 508 14th street. This will be the new spot if you are looking for family outings, casual dates or just some fantastic food.  Corner 14 offers 10 different food carts ranging from pizza to cajun, from vegan choices…

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College theater goes online

By Reilly Smith / March 14, 2021

In this curious time of shutdowns and closures, some theaters are managing to produce shows using a modern medium. Streaming live productions is one way that theaters companies have found to keep performers onstage and audiences engaged. Clackamas Community College Theater Department theater director James Eikrem said that while streaming theater may seem like “glorified…

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“We Are the Water Protectors” Book Review

By Lexie Cardens / March 11, 2021

“We Are the Water Protectors” recently won both the Caldecott Medal and the Golden Kite Award for picture book text. This is the first time ever that a Native American has won the Caldecott Medal. The author is Carole Lindstorm and the illustrator is Michael Goade. As a young Native American artist, that is very…

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What was the best part of 2020?

By Hannah oldham / March 4, 2021

We asked students on an online forum what was their best part of 2020? We got some interesting answers, from one about “green dino-poo” to finding new ways to be healthy.  Madelyn Alves: “The best part of 2020 for me personally was gaining control over my health. Not to say I had any urgent health…

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Cougar athletic director discusses plan for sports in the near future

By Riley Buerk / March 1, 2021

Jim Martineau is in his 18th year as the women’s basketball coach at Clackamas Community College. He is the athletic director at Clackamas. In a year unlike any other, he has done his best to manage all sports and keep everyone as safe as possible.  The Clackamas Print: Have winter sports been practicing, or meeting…

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Sue Mach proposes a new program

By Lizzy Marine / March 1, 2021

Sue Mach has a new idea to give people the chance to follow their dreams. Mach is a playwright and has been a professor at Clackamas Community College for the last 25 years. Mach proposed an idea of a “Transition Year” to Tim Cook, the college president, at an 11@11 meeting. Her idea is to…

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