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Medical professionals are called for government official

By Autumn Berend / May 29, 2018

The Clackamas Fire Department and American Medical Response arrived in Roger Rook hall on Tuesday around 11:30 a.m. A visiting representative of the Federal Government became unresponsive, and suffered tremors, according to enrollment services coordinator Lindsey Pierce. “[She was] checking on the price of fees, and she just had a series of questions she had…

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Marylhurst University to close by end of 2018

By Autumn Berend / May 17, 2018

After nearly 125 years as a higher learning institution, Marylhurst University is closing its doors by 2018, according to their website and automated voicemail, following a vote by the Board of Trustees. The large 50-acre property shall be returning to the “Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, who will make future plans…

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Should transgender people be allowed to enlist?

By Autumn Berend / May 8, 2018

The Angry Tranny is a new column by Autumn Berend that explores ideas and concepts about the transgender community and transgenderism itself, answering questions and critiquing concepts. As contentious as this is, people on both sides have their unadulterated opinions, void of any nuance. On one side of the aisle we have the notion that…

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Reconstruction patches road for smoother drives

By Autumn Berend / May 1, 2018

A Pothole Menace Clackamas Community College potholes are a common sight on roads. Despite multiple attempts to fill them, they always return with a vengeance. While not everyone has an issue driving around the potholes, some believe CCC could have done a better job handling the situation. “Those potholes have been sitting out there for…

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The Angry Tranny: Salvaging slurs

By Autumn Berend / April 25, 2018

Correction: The article has been edited for grammatical mistakes.   The Angry Tranny is a new column by Autumn Berend that explores ideas and concepts about the transgender community and transgenderism itself, answering questions and critiquing concepts.    As a member of the transgender community, I often find myself having to adhere to ideas or…

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BREAKING: CCC student and track athlete passes unexpectedly

By Autumn Berend / April 18, 2018

Clackamas Community College student and track athlete, Brian Edwards, died unexpectedly on Tuesday. The cause of death has not been specified and was publically announced to all staff through mass email on Wednesday at 1:03 pm. “At times like this, we are called to come together as a community and to be supportive and caring…

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Yes, freedom of speech is important

By Autumn Berend / March 14, 2018

  The right to free speech. One of the contentious rights given to us by the Founding Fathers. Though often misattributed to God, our rights actually stem from the Bill of Rights, and any amendments to the constitution based on changing times and what we as a society believe is needed. Why is Freedom of…

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Protests don’t stop panel with James Damore at Portland State University

By Autumn Berend / February 21, 2018

UPDATED: Corrected Peter Boghossian’s job title from “Associate” to “Assistant” per PSU records and other grammatical mistakes as well as clarification for minute edits with Dr. Tory Blackwell. The Clackamas Print did speak with Heather Clark directly in a private message on Facebook. It was not ripped from her Facebook wall. “Hecklers” changed to “protesters.”…

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High school students direct one-act plays

By Autumn Berend / February 13, 2018

By Autumn Berend Editor-in-Chief Clackamas Community College hosted the Mount Hood Theater Conference for the student directed One-Act Play on Feb. 9.With six high schools from a local conference. Every year, the conference holds the student-directed one-act plays where students get a chance to perform in front of other students. “They were looking for a…

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Letter from the editors

By Autumn Berend / February 13, 2018

Dear readers, Last week, The Clackamas Print published a brief that was written by me regarding the Clackamas Community College Call Center coming to a close wherein I stated that “With the end of the call center comes an end to a means to cover students’ tuition.” This is false and the Print greatly regrets…

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