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CCC campus closure

By Clackamas Print / March 17, 2020

CCC alert: Effective 1 p.m., March 17, all CCC campuses are closed to the public through April 5. In an effort to take all prudent measures to protect the health and safety of the college community as the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) accelerates, all CCC buildings are officially closed to all people, except active…

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CCC to continue with finals, pushes spring term start to April 6

By Zachary Whitley / March 12, 2020

CCC has put out a Covid-19 update, continuing finals as planned for next week and pushing the start of spring term to April 6.  CCC president Tim Cook stated via email: “Where online learning is feasible (e.g., labs) class sizes will be limited or room sizes expanded to provide social distancing” “We are urging instructors…

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COVID-19 halts the sports world

By Riley Buerk / March 12, 2020

Story by Riley Buerk From the Division I men’s and women’s March Madness basketball tournaments all the way down to high school athletics, sporting events all across the country are getting cancelled. Once Rudy Gobert, starting center for the NBA’s Utah Jazz, tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, March 11, it had a sweeping effect…

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Oregon prepares to vote

By Clackamas Print / October 31, 2018

November is upon us once more and that means it is time for the midterm elections. This year, the stakes are high for both parties on a national level, as the Democrats and Republicans fight for control of both houses of the U.S. Congress. The outcome is likely to have lasting repercussions over the next…

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New ITC building celebrated, Q&A with Mike Mattson

By Clackamas Print / October 16, 2018

Q: Can you tell me a little about the new building? A: Well, the ITC is the Industrial Technology Center. This building will house our two machining programs. So, it’ll house what’s called manufacturing technology, which is a machine tool program, so it’s training people to be machinists. It’ll also house what we call computer…

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Medical professionals are called for government official

By Autumn Berend / May 29, 2018

The Clackamas Fire Department and American Medical Response arrived in Roger Rook hall on Tuesday around 11:30 a.m. A visiting representative of the Federal Government became unresponsive, and suffered tremors, according to enrollment services coordinator Lindsey Pierce. “[She was] checking on the price of fees, and she just had a series of questions she had…

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Marylhurst University to close by end of 2018

By Autumn Berend / May 17, 2018

After nearly 125 years as a higher learning institution, Marylhurst University is closing its doors by 2018, according to their website and automated voicemail, following a vote by the Board of Trustees. The large 50-acre property shall be returning to the “Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, who will make future plans…

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BREAKING: CCC student and track athlete passes unexpectedly

By Autumn Berend / April 18, 2018

Clackamas Community College student and track athlete, Brian Edwards, died unexpectedly on Tuesday. The cause of death has not been specified and was publically announced to all staff through mass email on Wednesday at 1:03 pm. “At times like this, we are called to come together as a community and to be supportive and caring…

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