Lily Shaver

Q&A with Jarett Gilbert

By Lily Shaver / May 30, 2017

MEET JARETT GILBERT, HEALTH AND SCIENCE DIRECTOR AT HARMONY CAMPUS By Lily Shaver Jarett Gilbert has been the director of health and sciences at Harmony campus since January, 2016. The Clackamas Print: You were in New York for a while, so how did you come to Oregon? Jarett Gilbert: My wife is from Clackamas and…

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Two year trumps four year?

By Lily Shaver / December 4, 2015

Advisers talk about the benefits of community college

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Student paints with the colors of the wind

By Lily Shaver / November 25, 2015

Justin Taylor creates with unique perspective

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Runner chases goals

By Lily Shaver / November 10, 2015

On Oct. 30, Jose Macias finished the NWAC Southern Region cross country championships in 15th place, running the 8k race with a time of 26:32. At the start of the fall term, Macias transferred from Portland State University to Clackamas Community College. “I think he brings a little bit of maturity [to the team]” said…

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The teacher files

By Lily Shaver / October 28, 2015

Story and photo by Lily Shaver Writing classes are a requirement around here and everyone has to take them. Knowing who you want as a teacher can be difficult. This interview with English instructor Ryan Davis highlights what he is about. The Clackamas Print: How long have you been teaching at Clackamas Community College? Ryan Davis: I started as…

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Funds fall short of finish line

By Lily Shaver / October 13, 2015

Track receives a two-lane facelift over the summer by Lily Shaver Wandering down to the Clackamas Community College’s track, it’s noticeable that two lanes have been resurfaced. The rest of the track remains in its sorry state of holes and cracks. The last time the track was completely resurfaced was in 1992. The surface put…

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Veteran finds solace in stables

By Lily Shaver / June 3, 2015

Many young soldiers come home with injuries, mental images of the past and suicidal tendencies. Aaron Heliker came home from his last tour of Afghanistan a fragment of the young man who left. Heliker sustained injuries and suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Heliker was taking 42 pills every day and there was no evidence that…

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Club banquet a success

By Lily Shaver / May 31, 2015

Last Friday several Clackamas Community College clubs came together at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Clackamas to celebrate each other and award the club members of the month. “The club’s banquet is a time for all the clubs to get together and to celebrate all of their activities throughout the year, and to provide an…

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Students work hard, play hard for theater season finale

By Lily Shaver / May 13, 2015

The time has come. The last play of the term is just weeks away from opening night. Clackamas Community College students will have the pleasure of experiencing “The Comedy of Errors” by Shakespeare. As students prepare themselves for the performance, let’s take a look backstage and hear from big names related to the production. Sam…

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Athlete of the Month

By Lily Shaver / April 29, 2015

Ashley Culp, freshman catcher, has been playing softball for most of her life. She enjoys being competitive. Culp participates in other athletics when she’s not playing softball, she knows the importance of working together on a team and she feels that her team performs better when they can laugh together. The Clackamas Print: How long…

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