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WWE NXT TakeOver comes to Portland

By Lexis Shull / February 25, 2020

Photos by Lexis Shull Chairs, tables, and bodies flew across the ring as WWE NXT TakeOver took on Portland at the Moda Center on Feb. 16. WWE NXT TakeOver is a professional wrestling show, airing first in May 2014, that includes scripted storylines. These storylines are produced for their TV show, NXT, on a weekly…

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Student gets accepted into NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars

By Summer Barraza / May 22, 2019

From football fields to fishing for the stars, Jacob Colton, a student at Clackamas Community College has taken one step towards his future and an even bigger step for humanity. The Clackamas Print sat down with Colton for an in depth interview on his acceptance and experience with NASA for the NASA Community College Aerospace…

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Q&A: Chemistry teacher also climbs mountains

By Laura Canida / May 7, 2019

By Laura Canida George Burgess is a chemistry teacher here at Clackamas Community College who has a side of himself that belongs on mountains and hills. Burgess sat down with “The Clackamas Print” to discuss his wild passion for peaks. The Clackamas Print: How did you get into science? Burgess: You know, you go through…

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CCC Wrestling coach Josh Rhoden sparks golden era

By Jacob Thompson / February 26, 2019

It was 2006 and now Head Coach Josh Rhoden and his wife Keri were living in Redmond, Oregon. Rhoden had just finished his master’s degree and was a long-term substitute teacher for a second grade class. The Rhodens had built a house just six months ago, and Josh was setting up an interview for a…

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For whom the road tolls

By Clackamas Print / February 8, 2019

Story by Mike Strickland State officials are considering implementing tolls along Interstate 205 and Interstate 5. How might this affect Clackamas Community College students and community members? The impact depends on where you drive, how often you drive, the cost and if the tolls will vary based on time of day. In fact, many aspects…

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Geology students rock Death Valley

By Clackamas Print / January 22, 2019

Story by Cole Sowders Perhaps you’ve never heard of Death Valley, or you only know that it’s a desert in California. Death Valley is the largest national park in the lower 48 states, and the hottest, driest and lowest of all the national parks in the United States. Home to many species of plants and…

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Portland Timbers tie in a heated game

By Jonathan Villagomez / June 5, 2018

The drums beat, the trumpets blare and the stadium roars as the the Timbers’ Army starts to warm up. The Portland Timbers faced LA Galaxy once again after a 2-1 loss back in March. The Timbers had a rough start to the season beginning with five away matches due to construction in Providence Park. They…

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The Clackamas Print Goes Hollywood

By Matt Rowning / February 24, 2016

Santa Monica: In-N-Out

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