Story by Laura Canida
Campus Safety hires new college resource officer
College Safety exists to patrol the campus, investigate crimes, prepare reports, and respond to emergencies. In addition to these duties, they provide security escorts, directions, campus information and even aid with vehicle assistance for those in need. The Department of College Safety distributes and maintains copies of the Emergency Safety Guide in classrooms and other prominent locations throughout college facilities. Building maps detailing escape routes and location of emergency equipment are located next to the Emergency Safety Guides; these guides include information on reporting emergencies, basic first response, fire safety, and lockdown, lockout and evacuation procedures. To keep the college population abreast of the goings on within our College Safety department, they launched a monthly email newsletter with safety facts, tips and resources. Each month the Clackamas Print will share the most recent updates provided by the Clackamas Community College Safety News. Director of College Safety, Tom Sonoff, shared his latest news update. “I am pleased to introduce Officer Steve Heryford of the Oregon City Police Department. Steve comes to us with over 17 years of law enforcement experience and several years serving as the School Resource Officer at Oregon City High School. Steve also has a family connection with CCC — one of his daughters graduated from CCC, and another daughter is currently enrolled in the nursing program on Harmony Campus. When you see Steve on campus, be sure to stop and introduce yourself to him. “If you have a question you would like College Safety to answer in the future, email me at thomas.sonoff@clackamas. edu.” To contact College Safety, call 503- 594-6650 or email campussafety@ clackamas.edu. They can also be reached in McLoughlin Hall Room 114.
Story by Andrew Griffin
Art show opens in Niemeyer
From October 9 through November 1, Kate Simmons’ free art exhibit “Simmer” will be on display at the Alexander Gallery in the Niemeyer Center. This free exhibit consists of contemporary pieces that Simmons, a CCC art instructor, has made in the last decade of her career, examining themes such as parenthood and childhood through a domestic lens. Works in the exhibit are comprised of a variety of materials including cast bronze, antiques, wool, clay and human hair. A graduate of both Marylhurst University and Portland State University, Simmons’ work has been exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Craft, the Maryhill Museum and Blackfish Gallery. On October 23, Simmons will give an informal talk at 2 p.m. discussing her work. The exhibit is open to students and the public alike Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For questions, contact Simmons at 503-594-3032 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Clackamas Community College’s art exhibits and performances visit www. clackamas.edu/art. — Andrew Griffin