Nicholas Allison

New website new school year

By Nicholas Allison / September 26, 2017

By Nicholas Allison Copy Editor You probably noticed while signing up for classes recently that the CCC website has undergone a serious renovation. Between the change in color from its lively green for the new red sheen, and the reorganization of the entire site, most obviously the front page, its tough to find something that…

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Now streaming: A Series of Unfortunate Events

By Nicholas Allison / May 30, 2017

By Nicholas Allison Look away dear readers, I would advise you all to look away, for this story you are about to hear is, in its relationship with happiness, most volatile. A word which here means liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse. For any who loves the books (who could ever…

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Writers bloom at Compose

By Nicholas Allison / May 23, 2017

By Nicholas Allison Connect. Collaborate. Create. The simple statement on fliers all over campus advertise the Compose Creative Writing Conference on Saturday, May 20. Compose is a convention for writers to gather, whether they write poetry, novels, comics, songs or perhaps something even stranger. All are welcome here. The event started at 9:30 a.m., and…

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College drops intramurals

By Nicholas Allison / May 9, 2017

Lack of interests leads to cuts in events By Nicholas Allison Intramural sports, defined as recreational sports within an organization, is a surprisingly unknown term on the Clackamas Community College campus. Some examples of intramural sports are open basketball and open volleyball, where a number of student, staff and faculty teams sign up for a…

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Petite Peculiarities

By Nicholas Allison / April 18, 2017

THE ALEXANDER GALLERY’S NEWEST EXHIBIT SHOWCASES HIGH-QUALITY DOLLS WITH STRANGE, EERIE BEAUTY By Nicholas Allison The strange, the eccentric and the outsider. These three come together into a singularly unique collection in an otherwise normal gallery. “Petite Peculiarities” is an art show that opened recently in the Alexander Gallery and is displaying high- quality dolls…

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By Nicholas Allison / March 8, 2017

COLLEGE PRODUCTION BRINGS NEW LIFE TO OLD CHARACTERS By Nicholas Allison It’s Labor Day. Vacations are ending and the sun is sweltering. The setting takes place in a small town in Kansas, and it’s filled with people preparing for a picnic that very night. Hal Carter, played by Mykel Illa, is a drifter, who just…

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Artists push perspectives

By Nicholas Allison / March 7, 2017

PAULING ART GALLERY SHOWCASES CERAMIC ART FROM 10 CREATORS By Nicholas Allison The Pauling Center has been transformed from a sparse environment to a hall filled with art. “The Corner of Siskiyou and Indiana: Ten Years, Ten People” is a ceramic art exhibit currently installed there. Since the art did not arrive on time, the…

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Clubs offer birds, words, ferns

By Nicholas Allison / February 21, 2017

  By Nicholas Allison Walking around campus, one will often see fliers pinned to the wall advertising for one club or another, but what are those clubs about? Not all clubs even advertise that way, so what clubs are out there? Here are three clubs that should pique the interest of a variety of individuals.…

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