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Scholarship changes coming to CCC: Are they for the better?

By Gabriel Elmosleh / April 16, 2024

By Gabriel Elmosleh News Editor   With the end of the term right around the corner, continuing and prospective students already have an eye toward applying for scholarships for the fall 2024 term at Clackamas Community College. However, changes made to the scholarship process at CCC now require applicants to submit three essays, instead of…

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College provides for students in need

By Quincy Higuera / March 13, 2024

      By Quincy Higuera Staff Writer  With the delay in financial aid disbursements following the cyber attack, many students found themselves behind on bills, or short of grocery money. Are there resources available to help in these situations? The Collaborative Student Resource Team, or CSRT, is a group of employees whose mission is…

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College to carry Naloxone

By Gabriel Elmosleh / March 11, 2024

            By Gabriel Elmosleh Contributor Clackamas Community College hosted a community training presentation on Feb. 27 to educate the public on the dangers of fentanyl and demonstrate how to use Naloxone, more commonly known as Narcan. The presentation at the Harmony campus on Feb. 27 was led by Michelle Kutnyak…

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College floats new bond measure

By Gabriel Lucich / March 4, 2024

By Gabriel Lucich Managing Editor Leaking pipes, non-functioning windows, ceilings falling down; for many people that spend time on a Clackamas Community College campus they see things that need attention. The college grounds and facilities take a lot of maintenance, and sometimes need expansions and updates to keep the college operating at its best.  How…

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College looks at raising tuition 

By Gabriel Elmosleh / February 28, 2024

      By Gabriel Elmosleh Print Contributor For the first time, a four-credit class at Clackamas Community College might cost over $500. The college is looking at raising the price of tuition for the 2024-2025 school year. On Feb. 21, Jeff Shaffer, vice president of finance and operations at Clackamas Community College submitted a…

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Clackamas County on the hunt for a name

By Ethan M. Rogers / February 23, 2024

By Ethan M. Rogers Clackamas County’s Water and Environment Services is looking to join the international community by continuing the tradition of naming their tunnel boring machine, or TBM. Set to begin digging a new outfall pipeline later this year, the county is on the hunt for a name suitable for their TBM. Bay Area…

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Health clinic is free, but service is priceless

By Evan Tichenor / February 23, 2024

  By Evan Tichenor Photo Editor Did you know Clackamas Community College is home to a free health clinic? Inside Clairmont Hall, on the Clackamas Community College campus,the Clackamas Free Clinic is devoted to helping people who have no health insurance or are underinsured.  If a patient is insured but can’t get an appointment with…

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Cyber attack causes college to cancel classes

By Gabriel Lucich / January 21, 2024

Cyber attack closes college   By Gabriel Lucich Managing Editor It’s not often that the Oregon City Police Department, the State of Oregon, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security and private business converge on an event that impacted the staff and students of Clackamas Community College.  A cyber attack that began Jan. 18…

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Filmmakers practice skills on campus

By Gabriel Lucich / November 9, 2023

  Jack Perez teaches a new generation of filmmakers.  By Gabriel Lucich The Clackamas Print offices were invaded on Wednesday, Nov. 1, before class began for the day, by  a motivated team of auteurs from Jack Perez’s Digital Media Communications class in order  to film a scene for their class project. Michael T. Agnew, 50,…

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College enrollment bounces back

By Gabriel Lucich / October 30, 2023

By Gabriel Lucich   The pandemic was hard on the Oregon school system, public colleges were no exception and the number of students on campuses statewide fell drastically. Enrollment is rebounding in schools across Oregon, and nothing expresses this recovery more than the packed parking lots and crowded common areas of the Oregon City campus…

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