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Buses, shuttles and automobiles

By Tony Pellico / October 21, 2015

Clackamas Community College works to improve transportation options for students by Tony Pellico Do you have trouble getting to school? Do you not have a car or are spending too much money on gas? Do you dislike having to transfer through many bus services? Clackamas Community College has a few transportation options that may suit your needs. One option…

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The teacher files

By Victoria Tinker / October 21, 2015

by Victoria Tinker Are you thinking about joining an art class? If you like throwing pots and Frisbies in your free time, then Nora Brodnicki is the teacher for you. The Clackamas Print: What classes do you teach? Nora Brodnicki: I teach the history of western art. I teach Art 204, 205, 206. I also teach…

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A moment of silence for UCC

By Matt Rowning / October 13, 2015

Students reflect on Umpqua tragedy, look to Clackamas’ own preparedness by Matthew Rowning Thursday, Oct. 1, at Umpqua Community College, a shooter took the lives of nine people and wounded at least nine more. The same day ‪at 4:51‪ p.m., Clackamas Community College released a memo to students and staff encouraging those students “who feel…

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What’s growing on

By Alexis Wagar / October 13, 2015

Horticulture serves up scrumptious, campus-grown vegetables By Alexis Wagar Don’t miss out on a chance to purchase great, locally grown, vegetables at the Clackamas Community College farmers market. The CCC Horticulture Department kicked off the fall season by bringing farm-fresh, organic veggies straight to campus. The market will be open not only to students, but…

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The teacher files

By Saige Keikkala / October 13, 2015

A conversation with Clackamas Community College math teacher Melinda Nickas by Saige Keikkala Curious about your professor’s teaching style and personality? A new instructor will be featured every issue. Here is an interview held with Melinda Nickas, 46, who teaches math for multiple levels here on campus.photo by Chelsea Pagan   The Clackamas Print: What…

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Clackamas Couture

By Shaylyn Struna / October 13, 2015

Students’ choices in fall fashion   Photos by Victoria Tinker & Shaylyn Struna  

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Prepare for school changes

By Cassidy Scott / June 3, 2015

Clackamas Community College students can expect seven changes come this summer. These changes are most likely being implemented as a way to increase student success. This is to be expected, as the college is going to be judged more and more from the state on student performance as it relates to money funded from the…

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New Cougar cafeteria being dished out

By Cassidy Scott / June 3, 2015

Coming this fall, the Clackamas Community College Cougar Café is expected to look a lot different. With the recent hiring of Trio Hospitality, a food services company from Oregon City, the college is looking to make some changes. The company that currently holds a food services contract with CCC is Brosis Management, which since 2012…

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Smart equipment for smart Cougars

By Robin Scott / June 3, 2015

During a recent Clackamas Community College Board meeting, the board voted yes to new computers and “SMART” equipment.  We talked to the man in charge, Chief Information Officer Dion Baird, about it getting approved. The Clackamas Print:  Where is the money coming from? Dion Baird:  The money comes from the Student Tech Fund. TCP:  Is…

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Campus battles run-off toxins

By Megan McCoy / May 27, 2015

Hidden on the far end of campus, near the Beavercreek Road exit, lies the Environmental Learning Center. Not many people have seen it, or know where it is, but some students are getting hands-on experience working through horticulture and water-environntal technology classes offered at Clackamas Community College. CCC Foundation Executive Director Greg Fitzgerald said that…

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