Gabriel Elmosleh

A photo of the inside of the Clackamas Community College library. Several tables are in the front of the image, chairs seated at them. Bookshelves are present in the background. A student sits at the table, working on their assignments.

CCC library’s ‘tough topics’ make healing easier

By Gabriel Elmosleh / April 30, 2024

By Gabriel Elmosleh News Editor The library at Clackamas Community College has started expanding its collection of books that covers tough topics like mental health, family relationships and addiction. “We are just thinking about the ways that we can reach students. Sometimes students don’t want to talk about things that they need information on,” said…

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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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Under the hood of CCC’s auto repair program

By Gabriel Elmosleh / March 13, 2024

    By Gabriel Elmosleh Print Contributor College students, like many people these days, don’t have a lot of money to spend and don’t always have the best vehicles. However, Clackamas Community College does have a state of the art training program for mechanics that can benefit students and others with broken-down cars and not…

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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 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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