Health

Lifeguards preach water safety

By Doug Fry / June 6, 2017

CCC wrestler is among those who tried to save 19-year old victim By Doug Fry For many Oregonians, when summer comes around, it means getting a group of friends and heading down to the river. Cooling off in your favorite swimming hole can seem like a harmless fun time, but at any given moment things…

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Millenial suicide rates climb

By Clackamas Print / May 30, 2017

By Ian Van Orden Over the years, I have known several people who have contemplated suicide. Many more have expressed feelings of depression or despair. In each situation, with the help of friends, family, and in some cases counseling, they were able to escape the feelings of despair that had overwhelmed them and nothing ever…

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KKW x KYLIE

By Clackamas Print / May 30, 2017

Kylie Cosmetics and Kim Kardashian West released a new formula that sold out in minutes, editors of The Print are some of the lucky who got to purchase them. BY CHELSEA PAGAN NUDES! Yes you heard it right. Four perfect shades of nude. Kim Kardashian West, the queen of nude lips, and Kylie Cosmetics finally…

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Ghosts of fatalities make impacts

By Autumn Berend / May 30, 2017

Story and photo by Autumn Berend Shattered glass and a bloodstained old airbag were some of the remains that haunted the totaled silver Toyota Tundra that was involved in a crash in Sept. 26, 2011. The totaled truck was on display at Clackamas Community College in a trailer last week, provided by Oregon Impact for “Alcohol…

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Q&A with Jarett Gilbert

By Lily Shaver / May 30, 2017

MEET JARETT GILBERT, HEALTH AND SCIENCE DIRECTOR AT HARMONY CAMPUS By Lily Shaver Jarett Gilbert has been the director of health and sciences at Harmony campus since January, 2016. The Clackamas Print: You were in New York for a while, so how did you come to Oregon? Jarett Gilbert: My wife is from Clackamas and…

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Coverboys bring eyeliner to campus

By Autumn Berend / May 30, 2017

By Collin Berend Why do we find it taboo for men to wear makeup? For most of my life, I have seen the notion of males wearing cosmetics as a big “no no.” Makeup, like lipstick, foundation, eyeliner or mascara are seem as a female- only product. I’ve lived my life perplexed by this social…

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Overcoming the impossible

By Doug Fry / May 23, 2017

By Doug Fry Richard Jensen may not be a name that you will remember, but once you know his story you will remember it forever. Jensen grew up in a home with a good family, values and morals. At a young age, he began wrestling and from there it would stick with him for life.…

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College doesn’t offer trans services

By Autumn Berend / May 17, 2017

By Collin Berend Over the years, transgender rights have been in debate as advocates push for acceptance and others argue against the notion. Someone who is transgender is a person whose sense of personal identity and gender do not correspond with their birth sex, by definition. Students and faculty members who are transgender, or wish…

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College raises awareness of sexual assault

By Elizabeth Kessel / April 18, 2017

By Elizabeth Kessel Walking across campus at night can be scary for many college students. Now, add on the fact that someone may be following or watching students at night. What should a student do in that situation? April is sexual assault awareness month when people raise awareness about sexual assault and how people can…

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‘Fun and Fit’ motivates staff

By Doug Fry / April 18, 2017

STAFF WELLNESS PROGRAM PROVIDES MEMBERS AN OUTLET TO PARTICIPATE IN GROUP EXERCISES By Doug Fry “We want to create opportunities and events for improving the overall health and wellness of our employees at CCC,” so says the staff wellness mission statement. Clackamas Community College staff and faculty are working hard to improve their overall health…

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