Megan McCoy

College officially over the hill

By Megan McCoy / May 24, 2016

On Saturday, May 21, Clackamas Community College celebrated its 50th anniversary. There were many events to attend throughout the day but the event that attracted the most people was the time capsule opening in between the Community Center and Barlow at 3 p.m. Many people were unaware that the benches they sit on outside of…

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50 years of student media

By Megan McCoy / May 19, 2016

This year, we at the Print would like to wish the college a happy 50th birthday and in doing so would like to also recognize the Print for reporting on the college for the last 50 years. The Clackamas Print is a non-profit, student run newspaper that since 1966 has kept the students, staff and…

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Love is for the birds

By Megan McCoy / April 26, 2016

By Megan McCoy Clackamas Community College’s very own power couple can be seen waddling all over campus. Many people have spotted the love birds, taken photos of them and fed them parts of their lunch. The ducks have been seen together outside of Roger Rook, by the bus stop, outside of the community center and…

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Vance Joy and Elle King excite the elderly

By Megan McCoy / March 4, 2016

With the sassy and sarcastic Elle King opening for the sweet and charming Vance Joy, I knew I was in for a show to remember. Both Elle King and Vance Joy  have had extremely popular songs over the last year and I was very excited to see them both on Feb. 23 at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall for the “Fire…

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Oldest city still has charm

By Megan McCoy / February 17, 2016

Old Oregon City is still thriving after 157 years

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Clackamas student expands borders to Idaho

By Megan McCoy / November 18, 2015

For many students, community college is just a stop along the journey of their college career. Many transfer to a four-year university for their major. With application and scholarship deadlines quickly approaching, I decided now would be a good time to tour one of the schools I’m potentially transferring to for fall 2016, Boise State University. I went to one of…

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Freak out at FrightTown

By Megan McCoy / October 21, 2015

by Megan McCoy I’m not a fan of scary things and I don’t find joy in being scared. During scary movies, I’m typically the one with my face hiding behind a blanket and I usually count myself out of going to haunted houses and corn mazes. This year though, I decided to live on the wild side and…

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How to connect on campus

By Megan McCoy / September 29, 2015

Roll out of bed, get ready for class, begin the commute out to Clackamas Community College, fight for a parking spot, trek to class, sit through a lecture, get the homework assignment and head back home. This is what the daily school schedule looks like for many students at CCC, and day after day, it…

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Campus battles run-off toxins

By Megan McCoy / May 27, 2015

Hidden on the far end of campus, near the Beavercreek Road exit, lies the Environmental Learning Center. Not many people have seen it, or know where it is, but some students are getting hands-on experience working through horticulture and water-environntal technology classes offered at Clackamas Community College. CCC Foundation Executive Director Greg Fitzgerald said that…

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Student journalists win big

By Megan McCoy / May 13, 2015

The Clackamas Print collected 15 awards at the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association’s Collegiate Day on May 8. The staff competed for awards against other two-year schools in Oregon. These schools include Lane Community College, Linn-Benton Community College, Mt. Hood Community College, Central Oregon Community College and others. There was a 10-award improvement from last year’s…

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