Opinion

Macs too high maintenance

By Clackamas Print / April 18, 2017

College says it doesn’t support Apple computers By Ian Van Orden From digital art design to video editing, Mac computers are seen as an industry standard. From the Hollywood hits that you can see in your local movie theater to the digital art found in many studios, there’s a good chance it was once edited…

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Human workers becoming obsolete

By Autumn Berend / January 31, 2017

CAN TECHNOLOGY REPLACE PEOPLE IN THE WORKPLACE? Story and photo by Collin Berend As college students, many of us have worked a job, either in the past or currently, some more than others. Faculty members have likely worked previous jobs as well. But all of these positions are at potential risk. It’s the year 2017,…

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2. Stranger Things

Netflix Nine: What to watch on Netflix over winter break

By Clackamas Print / December 4, 2016

By Kristen Wohlers  

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Do not steal this headline

By James Harley / November 30, 2016

In a perfect world, people can post whatever they want online, and not worry about it getting stolen or used elsewhere without permission. Unfortunately, as everyone knows, this isn’t a perfect world. Social media has become a big way for almost everybody with modern technology to connect with family and friends, or share important, interesting…

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Your culture can be my costume

By Clackamas Print / October 26, 2016

By Collin Berend It’s Halloween, and with it comes cheers from some and outcry from those who find aspects of the holiday offensive. Articles from Refinery29, Everyday Feminism, and Daily Dot suggest people should not wear offensive, appropriating and racist costumes. I have issue with people telling me what I can and cannot wear simply…

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Kneeling for justice

By James Harley / October 11, 2016

ATHLETES FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY JOIN THE SILENT PROTESTS DURING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM FOR RACIAL JUSTICE by James Harley In recent weeks, athletes around the country have been silently protesting racial injustice. The protesting itself hasn’t been the cause of the controversy, however; it’s how the athletes are doing it. It began when Colin Kaepernick,…

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Back to buying books

By James Harley / September 25, 2016

Students should look around to find the best book prices Story and photo by James Harley It’s back to school time, the time that every student is totally pumped for: listening to hours of lectures, looking through pages of notes you hardly remember taking, and studying a textbook you paid over $100 for. Every full-time…

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Hitting the bullseye: Ugly uniforms need redesign

By Katie Archer / January 27, 2016

This week’s topic on Hitting the Bullseye: Ugly-ass uniforms. WTF is going on with today’s uniforms? Uniforms are getting so U-G-L-Y, their mamas don’t have an alibi. Sometimes I wonder where the fashion police are when society actually needs them. Michigan State has nice looking white and dark green uniforms. Why wear a nasty looking lime green? Did the Nike designer…

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Make-outs and break-ups: dating on campus

By Amber Fairbanks / June 3, 2015

OPINION: It’s hard to meet someone in any other setting besides on campus when you’re a full time student and you spend the majority of your time in class or buried beneath a pile a homework. But what about having a significant other on campus with you or even having a class with them? You…

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Discovering Record Store Day

By Matt Rowning / April 29, 2015

After getting off work, I ran to my car to drive downtown. It was 9:37 a.m., April 17. It was the eve of a sacred holiday, at least for some. I was racing for Record Store Day.   I drove to SE 30th and Burnside to Portland’s oldest record store; Music Millennium. They were closing…

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