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The teacher files

By Tom Boggess / December 4, 2015

Tim Pantages cures the hangover of alcohol and drug misinformation

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College asks for a helping hand

By Debbie Fox / November 25, 2015

Many students at Clackamas Community College need help providing for their children and families. Associated Student Government is intervening with several programs to lend a hand. Gifts ASG sponsors The Giving Tree each Christmas season to help students who need help buying presents for their children under 13. Students fill out a short application to qualify. Cody Havens, of ASG Grants, said, “We cut…

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The teacher files

By Matt Rowning / November 25, 2015

After years of playing, recording and working as a professional musician, Brian Rose founded the Music Technology Program at Clackamas Community College. The Clackamas Print: How long have you been playing music? Brian Rose: Since I was four. That’d be 56 years, cause I’ll be 60 in January. TCP: Tell us about your playing. Rose: I started with classical,…

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Timbers ride Dallas Bulls

By Katie Archer / November 24, 2015

Providence Park shook with excitement as the Timbers Army anticipation grew for the MLS playoff game. There was not an empty seat in the house and many fans stood the entire game. By a shrill of a whistle, the Portland Timbers led a charging attack against the Dallas Bulls. Without wanting to divulge too much information on their game plan, head coach Caleb Porter…

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Moldy Mascot

By Katie Archer / November 18, 2015

Clackamas Cougar costume looks a little green

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Winter registration opens at CCC

By Cassidy White / November 18, 2015

Winter registration is here and Clackamas Community College has a lot of resources to help students register for classes and prepare for graduation. According to Chris Sweet, the registrar and enrollment services operations manager, the optimal time to register is during your priority registration window. Sweet said, “Each student is assigned a priority registration window based on the number of credits they have…

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The teacher files

By Merari Calderon Ruiz / November 18, 2015

Take a tour with Irma Bjerre

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Student athletes perform in class

By Katie Archer / November 10, 2015

This award isn’t earned on the playing fields but in the classroom. The victory walk isn’t up a podium to receive a medal but across a stage to receive a diploma. Clackamas Community College has been awarded the NWAC President’s Cup. The NWAC’s President’s Cup is a new award that was started three years ago…

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How to save a life

By Chelsea Pagan / November 10, 2015

On Nov. 3 through Nov. 4, American Red Cross hosted a blood drive at Clackamas Community College from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Gregory Forum. The Red Cross goes through Washington and Oregon and is one of the larger centers. The college has been partnered with Red Cross since the 1970s and generally has…

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Photo by Austin Boltz

College wins award, Army office still closed

By Saige Keikkala / November 10, 2015

Walking into the warm atmosphere of the Clackamas Community College community center, you can see the doors for both the Army Strong community center and the Veteran’s Service building that has been a source of hope and relief for the people who have given the most. Veteran’s Service specifically helps veterans in CCC with school.…

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