Streetcar to a New Orleans night

Play showing through june 19 at Portland Center Stage By Andrew Koczian Considered by some to be a quintessential piece of dramatic American literature, Tennessee Williams alludes to a dismal connection between fantasy and reality in the play “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Directed by Chris Coleman, this emotional roller coaster plays at Portland Center Stage…

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Director walks off set

On Friday, Feb. 5, Andy Mingo, a long time instructor at Clackamas Community College, resigned halfway through the term. Nora Brodnicki, CCC’s Art Department chair, was unable to provide any info on why Mingo left so abruptly. For students in the Digital Media Communications program, which Mingo organized, Brodnicki has already hired two new intern teachers to fill the void. The Print was…

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Portland Center Stage flirts with mature theme

“Sex with Strangers” is raising some eyebrows. Although most of the Portland Center Stage productions are geared towards the high school age range, this month seems to be another story. A slightly more adult story. Set in modern times, this play written by Laura Eason and directed by Brandon Woolley, highlights the generational changes in…

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Mud, sweat & vomit

Cougars XC places at NWAC Southern Region Championships The sound of a small caliber pistol echoed through the north parking lot on Oct. 30 at noon where the starting line for the men’s cross country NWAC Southern Region Championships was positioned. Amidst the cold, rainy, overcast morning, seven teams including Clackamas Community College, all had their eyes on one thing: reaching…

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Crossword Puzzle Answers

Crossword puzzle answers: Down:                                                                    Across: 1 – three                            …

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Hairy Cougars

November – a time of thanksgiving, family, football and good food, and of course awesome beards. No- Shave November, which was originally called ‘Movember,’ started as a prostate awareness foundation and grew into a nation sweeping competition: who can grow a more epic beard? Whether it’s styled, groomed, twisted, waxed or just down right dingy, send in your best No Shave November…

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Horticulture sells to local restaurant

On the outskirts of Clackamas Community College is the Clairmont building, home to the Horticulture department. Earlier this summer, CCC horticulture instructor Chris Konieczka began to form a relationship with a local Buggati’s restaurant, just minutes away from campus. The focus of the relationship was to “give students the opportunity to grow organic produce while somewhat mimicking a real…

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Top 5 Walks To Fill-up

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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