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Must-Knows About Returning to Campus This Fall

By Hailey Reeves / June 4, 2021

With COVID-19 mandates, restrictions, and guidelines quickly changing, it is hard to picture what the fall term of the 2021-2022 school year will look like. The Clackamas Print spoke with the Clackamas Community College Dean, Tara Sprehe, to get a better understanding of what to expect this Fall.

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Dave Hunt wins reelection to Clackamas Community College board with arraignment looming

By Laura Canida / May 21, 2021

Clackamas Community College District, Director, Zone 3 Special Election results By Laura Canida Results show Dave Hunt as the probable winner over write-in candidate David W. Kays for Clackamas Community College’s Director, Zone 3 position which serves Gladstone, Oak Grove, and Jennings Lodge areas. The unofficial results were updated on Clackamas County’s election web page…

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Stories From America virtual event celebrates Black History Month

By Joseph Lohmolder / February 25, 2021

  On Feb. 26, the Clackamas Community College Cultural Arts Committee is holding the Stories from America virtual event to celebrate Black History Month. The event will take place at 7 p.m. and will feature three inspirational artists: Vin Cambry of “Outdoor Camp,” Josie Seid of “Forget Me Not, America,” and Charles Grant of “Matter.” …

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Oregon City to hold special election March 9

By Joseph Lohmolder / February 23, 2021

Oregon City will be holding a special election on March 9 to elect a new mayor. The special election comes in the wake of the recall of Mayor Dan Holladay. Holladay came under scrutiny after racially charged comments, which he made online, came to light. His removal followed a campaign mounted by a committee, which…

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Black History Month Comics by Lexie

By Lexie Cardens / February 11, 2021
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CCC Alexander Gallery hosts virtual exhibit

By Hannah oldham / January 21, 2021

Clackamas Community College’s Alexander Gallery is having an online exhibit of Robbie Mclaran’s photography of the Columbia river now through Feb 5.  “The Great River of the West” is a photography exhibition of the Columbia river and its significance and history with the Pacific Northwest and North America. McClaran is an award-winning photographer; his work…

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Former Clackamas wrestler Nicholas Maximov is looking to dominate on the next level

By Riley Buerk / December 22, 2020

From Chico High to Clackamas Community College, and now on the verge of the UFC, former CCC wrestler Nicholas Maximov has been looking forward to this moment his entire life. Maximov started training Jiu Jitsu and MMA in middle school and realized that’s what he wanted to do with his life.  He gives credit to…

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Board member steps down to allow room for diversity at CCC

By Emma Peterson / December 14, 2020

Clackamas Community College Board of Education member Betty Reynolds gave notice of her resignation this past July. Reynolds made it clear that the reason for her stepping down was to allow a person of color to take her place. Before this year, the Board of Education at CCC was composed of only white people. After…

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The best local soup places to try this winter

By Andrew Griffin / December 4, 2020

It’s almost Winter 2020, and the return of the cold weather brings with it the best time to eat the ultimate comfort food: soup. One of the most diverse and flavorful foods around, it’s the perfect food for those upcoming frigid evenings. Here are some of the best soup places to warm your insides this…

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College counselor offers advice for surviving the pandemic: give yourself a break, and maybe get a cat

By Adam Freeman / November 30, 2020

“Oh my god, the world is on fire!” Sawyer G Sheldon, graduate intern in Clackamas Community College’s  counseling department, shares insights on mental health from the unique perspective of being both a student and a counselor in a global pandemic. We sat down with her to discuss how to stay healthy during the pandemic.  The…

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