Bella Vaughn

College weight room reopens after a two-year rest period

By Bella Vaughn / May 14, 2022

If you are a Clackamas Community College student looking to get a quick workout in between classes on campus, you’re in luck.  The weight room is now open to students and faculty after two years of being closed due to COVID. The fitness center is open from noon to 3 p.m, Monday through Thursday.  It…

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What’s the buzz about brunch at The Hive Social?

By Bella Vaughn / April 25, 2022

Review by Kortney Parr and Bella Vaughn Like many people, we like to find excuses to eat good food and to see our friends. Many of us love breakfast but we value our sleep. We compromise by getting breakfast around 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. , hence the name brunch. As much as we love the standard…

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College theater stages murder mystery, maskless

By Bella Vaughn / March 15, 2022

Clackamas Community College’s winter play, “Red Herring,” was a murder mystery full of several characters based in the 1950s.  Theater director James Eikrem explained the title.  “It comes from a phenomenon in nature, where fish will swim off in a different direction to protect the rest of the school,” he said. “The fish drawing away…

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‘About Time’ the Alexander Gallery hosts in person exhibit

By Bella Vaughn / February 8, 2022

 Clackamas Community College is hosting its first in-person art exhibit since February 2020 in the Alexander Gallery located at the Niemeyer Center on the Oregon City Campus.  The exhibit titled “About Time” runs through Feb. 25. Due to COVID-19 restrictions on campus, it was closed temporarily and the artists’ talk postponed until Feb. 9 at…

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College resources help students with research, homework

By Bella Vaughn / January 29, 2022

Students often feel an overwhelming amount of stress. Especially if you are new to Clackamas Community College, you might feel isolated and left in the dust to navigate student life with no help.  The college has many resources that are included in your tuition, including on-campus and online tutoring, a help center and plenty of…

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College counselor says student visits are creeping back up toward pre-pandemic levels

By Bella Vaughn / November 12, 2021

The number of students visiting counselors at Clackamas Community College is down 20%, despite all the stress of living through a pandemic. The Clackamas Print had the privilege of sitting down for a virtual interview with the college’s chair of the counseling department, Esther Sexton, and her cat Eve. We talked about the counseling department…

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