budget

College administrators say academic programs no longer at risk

By Joseph Lohmolder / April 14, 2021

Several academic programs at Clackamas Community College are no longer under the threat of elimination, according to a Wednesday, March 31, announcement by Tim Cook, president of the college.  Cook credited federal stimulus, anticipated state funding, current year operational savings, and the dedication of everyone at CCC for the expected closing of the budget gap…

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New Associated Student Government President to take office after close win

By Laura Canida / May 18, 2020

    Story by Laura Canida and Jonathan Villagomez Roughly 200 students voted and Lanie Sticka has won the election for student body president for the 2020-2021 school year, narrowly beating Katie Hodgin with a 1.5% gap. In addition, Malachi Wilson ran unopposed and will be the Vice President for the 2020-2021 school year. According…

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Destitute Diaries: Transportation

By Summer Barraza / November 13, 2018

Last week we talked about eating on a budget as a low income human being. Now that your belly is full from last week, you got to get to work or school. Transportation is a bit harder to save money on. If you have a bike or skateboard then you’re good. This advice is for…

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How to properly sit on your money

By Dani Clifton / February 24, 2016

Save early so you can bathe in your benjamins later

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Athletics funds fall short

By Clackamas Print / March 3, 2015

It makes sense for head coach and 2014-15 NJCAA Man of the Year, Josh Rhoden to be less than pleased with the current financial state of his wrestling program – a program that has won several regional titles, a national championship, produced 50 wrestling All-Americans and 59 Academic All-Americans. “We’re a champagne program on a…

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