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TriMet bus experiences

By Clackamas Print / June 4, 2019

Story by Allie Perkins Many college students use TriMet as a traveling system to get to their destinations. Often they use it for school, work or even to go to a friend’s house. I have both good and bad experiences while using TriMet. I was waiting at the bus stop, drinking my Mocha Frappuccino from…

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Alumni wins awards for songwriting

By Clackamas Print / May 15, 2019

By Allie Perkins Kit Taylor is a musician who has won multiple awards, the newest being the grand prize in the instrument category in the 20th Great American Song Contest. He previously went to Clackamas Community College, and he still lives in the Oregon City area. The Clackamas Print interviewed the musically talented alum. The…

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Alternative prom hosted at Clackamas CC

By Clackamas Print / May 7, 2019

By Allie Perkins Teens and young adults showed pride at Alternative Prom: MasQUEERade, an event hosted on Oregon City Clackamas Community College Campus on Saturday, May 4. Alternative Prom is a free event hosted for teens 14-20 whose sexuality or gender may make it difficult go to prom in their own schools. Alt. Prom started…

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Rigoberto’s: Let’s Taco ‘Bout It

By Clackamas Print / April 17, 2019

Story by Emily Roberts Both a sit-down and drive-thru restaurant, Rigoberto’s is a 24/7 hour Mexican restaurant on McLoughlin Boulevard. With its colorful exterior, it’s a hard restaurant to miss. The building itself is quaint with a small patio facing the street and hugged by its parking lot. Rigoberto’s is roughly a 20-minute drive from…

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Clackamas Community College installs new security cameras to deter crime

By Clackamas Print / March 5, 2019

Story by Allie Perkins Clackamas Community College is a small college that has a small student population, so it can be surprising to hear that there have been eight hit and runs on campus since September. Eight hit and runs involving cars, not people, since September may seem like a lot, but Thomas Sonoff, director…

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Students with disabilities get tools to succeed in college

By Clackamas Print / February 12, 2019

Story by Allie Perkins People with disabilities can have trouble living their lives on a day-to-day basis. This can be especially true when they’re a college student. Luckily, Clackamas Community College can help people who have disabilities. CCC’s Disability Resource Center offers a variety of support for those who have disabilities, both visible and invisible…

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Art show intrigues audience

By Clackamas Print / January 29, 2019

Story by Allie Perkins “Everything isn’t always exactly what it seems,” said Matthew Dennison. Dennison, a Portland-based artist, is showing his paintings, drawings and sculptures in his show, “Birth Mark,” in the Niemeyer Center on Clackamas Community College’s Oregon City campus. Dennison was recommended by art instructor Dave Andersen during a faculty meeting to discuss…

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