Cooking with cannabis

By Cassidy White / February 10, 2016

Laurie Wolf has been involved in nearly every aspect of the food industry. She’s a trained chef from New York, a food stylist, the author of multiple cook books, including “Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis,” and now successfully running her own business, helping people make their own edibles. Wolf is qualified in more ways than one to participate in the…

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New twist on old recipes

By Victoria Tinker / November 18, 2015

Try something new this Thanksgiving. Don’t be afraid to do it yourself with this exuberant stuffing recipe. We also encourage you to break tradition with one the other two recipes. Homemade Stuffing 1 lb loaf of bread 1 stick of butter 1 onion chopped 4 ribs of celery 1 1/2 tsp salt and 1 tsp pepper…

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Wear comfy shoes, then get naked

By Victoria Tinker / November 10, 2015

Four Oregon hikes put the wonder in winter wonderland Story and Photo by Victoria Tinker Bagby Hot Springs Distance from CCC: 67.8 miles, 2 hours Length of Trail: 1.3 miles Parking Fee: $5 per person Take a nice long soak in an outdoor hot tub at Babgy. This hot spring is located 67.8 miles from…

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Iron out personal health plans

By Katie Archer / May 6, 2015

The Clackamas Print and fellow Clackamas Community College students got their fitness questions answered by Nautilus Plus trainer Michelle Craig. Kristi Date: How hard would a transition be from a normal American diet to a healthy diet? Michelle Craig: So typically I tell people to take baby steps. I usually recommend people change one thing…

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Protect yourself on college campuses

By Amber Fairbanks / April 29, 2015

WARNING: This column is about rape and sexual assault. There have been a lot of reports in the news about sexual assault and rape on campuses all over the country recently. As a result, students have been kicked out of universities and have lost scholarships over it. It makes me wonder, how many cases go…

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Blood drive, care to share a pint?

By Marissa Nwerem / January 27, 2015

“Just one pint of blood can save up to three lives. I think students knowing this definitely encourages them to donate,” said Johnney Russ, ASG Vice President. The Red Cross blood drive makes its way to Clackamas Community College every year; the next drive will be held on Jan. 28 and 29 in the Gregory…

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Top 5 Walks To Fill-up

By Andrew Koczian / October 15, 2014

As fall term at College starts up, so does the continuous quest for a cheap, filling food source that rumbles deep in the stomach of each student. With limited time between classes and the usually low budget, students may struggle with finding the right deal to make their stomachs and wallets sing. Only a seven…

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