Marissa Nwerem

Want to graduate? First you must petition.

By Marissa Nwerem / February 24, 2015

Petitioning to graduate is your way to let the school know you’ve taken the classes for your degree and are ready to graduate. If you don’t petition, you don’t graduate. Once you turn in your petition, it allows department chairs, deans of each division, and evaluators to make sure that you’ve met all school requirements…

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Blood drive, care to share a pint?

By Marissa Nwerem / January 27, 2015

“Just one pint of blood can save up to three lives. I think students knowing this definitely encourages them to donate,” said Johnney Russ, ASG Vice President. The Red Cross blood drive makes its way to Clackamas Community College every year; the next drive will be held on Jan. 28 and 29 in the Gregory…

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Two teachers pen new novels

By Marissa Nwerem / November 5, 2014

With all of the time that teachers spend planning courses, grading papers and engaging with students, it’s hard to imagine them having time for much else.  is past year however, English department teachers Kate Gray and Trevor Dodge mastered the difficult feature of juggling their teaching schedules while publishing novels of their own. On Nov. 6, students will have a…

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