Katie Archer

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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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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Wrestling starts season with win

By Katie Archer / November 10, 2015

In the last nine consecutive years, Clackamas Community College has beaten Simon Fraser University. On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Cougars defeated Simon Fraser again but in a close 2017 victory. The next day, Nov. 8, at the Mike Clock Open at Pacific University, CCC discovered Simon Fraser is better this year than in the years…

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The teacher files: Sociology instructor keeps it real

By Katie Archer / November 10, 2015

It’s about second chances. Not only his, but the second chances of the students he teaches. Sociology instructor Erich Pfeifer has been at Clackamas Community College about eight years now. Pfeifer also teaches a pre-fall college success class for incoming athletes, before fall term starts. The Clackamas Print: How did you get to CCC? Erich…

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Navy vs Scarlet

By Katie Archer / November 2, 2015

On Oct. 21, the Clackamas Community College wrestling team had its intersquad Scarlet vs Navy exhibition meet. Scarlet defeated Navy 21-20. The meet was covered by CCC’s photojournalism class. Meet Results 125- Dorian Sapien (N) defeated Aaron Drake (S) 8-3 125- DeVaughn Sapien defeated Jordan Kannys (N) 10-4 133- Blake McNall (S) defeated Isaiah Harris…

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Former player returns as coach

By Katie Archer / October 21, 2015

Sarah Hoeke takes over as head volleyball coach by Katie Archer A perfectly timed set between setter and hitter can produce a point and spark a blazing fire in a team. After 32 years of coaching, Kathie Woods retired when last year’s volleyball season ended. For assistant coach Sarah Hoeke, the timing was perfect to ascend the roll of head coach for…

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Welcome to the Army

By Katie Archer / June 3, 2015

There is no place like home for a team. After going 1-2 on three road games, the Portland Timbers came home to Providence Park to host D.C. United for a Wednesday evening game on May 27. D.C. United was ranked first in the Eastern Conference and the Portland Timbers were ninth in the Western Conference.…

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Cougar run passes expectations

By Katie Archer / June 3, 2015

The first ever Clackamas Community College 5km on Saturday was considered a success by those who spent countless hours organizing the event. Around 40 people ran the 5km. Proceeds from the 5km went to benefit the Veteran’s Center on campus “A lot of hard work from a lot of people came together and I’m just…

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Comedy, where art thy errors

By Katie Archer / May 27, 2015

A beautiful city of buildings, colorful streets and interesting music taking me back to a time I’ve never been. Oh, by the way: Welcome to Ephesus! The Clackamas Community College’s theater department takes us back in time with its spring play, “The Comedy of Errors” by William Shakespeare. I believe first impressions are very important…

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