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College athletics shuts down as third COVID case reported

By Laura Canida / November 13, 2020

Clackamas Community College’s sports teams are moving away from in-person training after a third COVID-19 case was tied to the college in the past week.  “Given the new mandate by the governor and the increasing numbers in Clackamas County, we have paused face to face activities and will shift to online sport classes starting Monday…

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Former Clackamas Community College students discuss their transfer to University of Oregon during the pandemic

By Lexis Shull / November 11, 2020

COVID confusion adds to the new campus transition By Zach Whitley When I had planned to attend the University of Oregon for fall 2020, I had no idea that I’d be moving amidst a pandemic, or having entirely online classes. I had paid my last month of rent, and I had already put my deposit…

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Summer term registration online at CCC

By Laura Canida / May 16, 2020

Story by Laura Canida Registration for summer term is now open.  Although it’s not the typical schedule, with campus closed due to COVID-19, Clackamas Community College is still offering hundreds of courses online this summer, including many core classes that students will need at four-year universities.  The college is now fully virtual, so students can…

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Drive-In education: Wi-Fi access at CCC

By Laura Canida / May 5, 2020

Story by Laura Canida For students this term, nothing has been business as usual.  The entirety of spring term has been online, with the exception of a handful of health sciences classes. This is in response to state-mandated efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. To help students access classes online, especially for those that…

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CCC student earns presidential recommendation

By Clackamas Print / March 10, 2020

Story by Olivia Lynch Like many, Emma Fleming began her college career at Clackamas Community College to escape the larger cost of four-year university tuition. As the eldest in her family, she wanted less financial stress while she began “learning to adult.” “I guess, it felt like I was a kid going into the adults’…

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Art bomb: student art project mistaken as an explosive

By Clackamas Print / January 21, 2020

Story by Olivia Lynch On Dec. 3,  2019, you might have noticed texts and emails circulating across campus alerting students and faculty of a suspicious package found in the Dye Learning Center. “I was genuinely scared there was a threat,” said current student Nolan Golden over Snapchat. “I had no idea it was related to…

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The Cougar Cave stocks up on food

By Clackamas Print / November 13, 2019

The Oregon City campus Cougar Cave is well-stocked with fresh produce, canned food and dry goods thanks to a new partnership with the Oregon Food Bank. “We have a cooler now, too, so dairy options are available as well,” says Annissa Rhynders, Student Life and Leadership Assistant in the Cougar Cave. Harmony and Wilsonville campuses…

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Title IX: A Dialogue

By Clackamas Print / November 12, 2019

Story by Andrew Griffin Do you know your title IX rights? In today’s America, sexual assault, harassment and discrimination are issues that greatly affect our society. Because of this, it is important for students to be aware of their rights in these situations and how they can possibly be prevented from happening in the first…

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Winter registration is about to begin

By Clackamas Print / November 6, 2019

Story by Laura Canida Get ready, winter term is almost here. Winter registration begins Thursday, November 12. The class schedule will be online Thursday, November 7 for new students, and is currently available through myClackamas for returning students. Registration for CCC classes varies depending on the type of course you want to take. Class registration…

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Staff trading cards

By Clackamas Print / October 23, 2019

By Zach Whitley With three campuses and over 900 employees, Clackamas Community College is an especially large community college. As a fun, easy way to get to know their employees better, the college has distributed “staff trading cards.” Staff between all campuses have engaged in this project to collect interesting details and provide a chance…

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