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Calling all theater recruits: CCC theater department invites students to join in

By Dean Bechard / November 30, 2022

Thinking of joining the Theater Department at Clackamas Community College? There are many benefits when signing up to be a part of our theater program. CCC and Clackamas Repertory Theatre director, Jayne Stevens, spoke about the Theater Department and the benefits when joining. Students play a big role in the Theater Department. Stevens explains that…

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CCC observes Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week with free food and clothing

By Justus Hoover / November 28, 2022

Clackamas Community College, the Community Wellness department and the Associated Student Government will all observe Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week by giving out donations of food and clothing.  ASG and the college are accepting new and gently worn coats and newly packaged socks.  This event is intended for students in need of warm clothing during…

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Death at CCC TriMet Center

By Ethan M. Rogers / November 23, 2022

A man was found dead on the main campus of Clackamas Community College in Oregon City Monday.  According to the Oregon City Police Department, an officer performing a routine patrol at the TriMet transit center on campus discovered the body of a 58-year-old male on one of the bus benches around 5 a.m. Police say…

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Stupid Ghost, stupendous performance

By Dean Bechard / November 15, 2022

This upcoming weekend, Clackamas Community College is performing “Stupid Ghost” by Savannah Reich. When people think of ghosts, they usually think of scary, paranormal beings that come to haunt you. On this stage, the ghosts simply like to chill, vibe and listen to ‘80s dance music.  Sydney Palmer stars as the Ghost, who is attached…

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CCC’s Tuesday trivia night rewards students

By Justus Hoover / November 9, 2022

I got home around noon on Tuesday, and was getting things ready before my girlfriend and I went online to join Clackamas Community College’s Tuesday Trivia Night. The event is hosted online over Zoom every Tuesday with a new theme each week for the rest of the term, including prizes such as a $25 Amazon…

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New wrestling coach takes the mat at CCC

By Brandi Dees / November 7, 2022

Clackamas Community College’s athletic affluence is well known, but the one sport in which the Cougars dominate is wrestling. The CCC wrestling team here has many awards under their belt. New coach Brett Sanchez has been on the team as a student athlete, and is ready to win more trophies from a different standpoint.  The…

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New Head Coach Seeks Old Winning Ways

By Josh Wolf / November 7, 2022

Under new head coach Tyler Lewis, the Clackamas Community College Women’s Soccer team finished the season with a 2-8 record.  Lewis said he was disappointed and frustrated with their inability to get another result or two in the back half of our season. “I was satisfied with our overall season and our ability to battle…

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Plant Your Roots in Horticulture

By Bella Vaughn / November 2, 2022

As a Clackamas Community College student do you confidently think you can point out all the buildings for all of the programs we have at school? Here at Clackamas Community College we have a lot of great programs located all around the Oregon City Campus. One of those awesome programs we have here is the…

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CCC Theater Director terminated amid allegations of misconduct

By Joseph Lohmolder / October 13, 2022

Jim Eikrem has been terminated from Clackamas Community College following several complaints from students and staff regarding his conduct.  Eikrem’s termination comes in the wake of allegations levied by several individuals involved with the CCC theater program. Allegations include inappropriate conduct involving several minors who participated in the spring production of “Number the Stars,” refusing…

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College Cancels Shuttle

By Dean Bechard / October 11, 2022

Shuttle Bus had been suspended due to the lack of use by students. CCC has discontinued their shuttle bus.  “The county has a lot more experience in operating a transit system and making shuttle routes.” said John Ginsburg, director of Student Life, a resource which helps students plan their learning development located in the Wacheno…

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