Alexis Wagar

Now streaming: Thirteen Reasons Why

By Alexis Wagar / April 26, 2017

By Alexis Wagar One of Netflix’s newest originals, based off of the 2007 young adult novel by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why, deals with the aftermath of Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford’s) suicide and follows her fellow classmates as they try to uncover the reasons she took her own life. The 13-part series was released worldwide…

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JoJo takes the stage

By Alexis Wagar / February 21, 2017

After eating a delicious dinner at Russel Street Bar-B-Que and waiting in the drizzling rain outside the venue, we made it inside to see one of our childhood icons kick off her first U.S. tour in 13 years. Joanna “JoJo” Levesque, is back in the spotlight touring for her new album “Mad Love,” released Oct.…

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College students storm capital

By Alexis Wagar / November 2, 2016

Eight journalism students get their first trip to Washington D.C. By Alexis Wagar Eight members of The Clackamas Print traveled across the country to attend the Associated Collegiate Press College Media Convention in Washington, D.C. in late October. This is the largest media convention for college students in the fall, having more than 200 sessions…

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Exploring Oregon

By Clackamas Print / May 31, 2016

As temperatures in Oregon rise, it’s the perfect time of year to explore the trails and views around the state. Hike to a beautiful scenic waterfall, or take a trail to a monument or landmark. The Clackamas Print reviewed five Oregon hikes to try help you find an adventure. Or at least a break from…

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Sanders in Salem – Gallery

By Alexis Wagar / May 11, 2016

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What’s growing on

By Alexis Wagar / October 13, 2015

Horticulture serves up scrumptious, campus-grown vegetables By Alexis Wagar Don’t miss out on a chance to purchase great, locally grown, vegetables at the Clackamas Community College farmers market. The CCC Horticulture Department kicked off the fall season by bringing farm-fresh, organic veggies straight to campus. The market will be open not only to students, but…

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