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Triva Night: Put your knowledge to the test

By Justus Hoover / January 31, 2023

Trivia night is hosted every Tuesday night during winter term. This trivia night, the theme was Marvel. Instead of being based on comics, questions were based on Marvel movies like The Avengers, Spiderman, Hulk, Iron Man and even Guardians of the Galaxy.  I think I can safely assume most of us have seen a marvel…

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Once a Coug, always a Coug

By Aaliyana Balderas / January 30, 2023

Katie Aden, the Assistant Softball Coach here at Clackamas Community College, has been nationally recognized by being named Easton/NCFA Assistant Coach of the Year for 2022. The Clackamas Print had the pleasure of speaking to Aden on her successes, struggles and experiences playing softball and becoming a coach.  The Clackamas Print: How long have you…

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Sorting Seeds: Student Genevieve Foley sprouts CCC’s first seed library

By Callie Valente / January 25, 2023

Meet Genevieve Foley, the 27-year-old student here at Clackamas Community College who is in the early process of starting a seed library on campus. As a vermiculture enthusiast, she knows her way around the garden. Foley is incredibly ambitious, and is also an ambassador for ONX Off-road. She regularly goes out into unknown forest service…

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“The Ordeal”: A Talented Take on an Uncivilized World

By Michaella Fithian / January 24, 2023

  When you walk into the Niemeyer Center here at Clackamas Community College, you can’t help but feel like you’ve walked into a building that is, simply put, filled with talent.  Through Jan. 31, the Niemeyer Center will host “The Ordeal,” an intriguing art exhibit created by Henk Pander that makes you feel like you…

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CCC women’s basketball team strives to repeat success

By Aaliyana Balderas / November 30, 2022

As the weather gets colder and winter approaches, so does basketball season. The Women’s Basketball team at Clackamas Community College ended their 2021-2022 season ranked top four in the Northwest. Finishing last season with a loss to Peninsula, the cougars are ready to make their way to the top again this season. Hemani Kalia is…

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Calling all theater recruits: CCC theater department invites students to join in

By Dean Bechard / November 30, 2022

Thinking of joining the Theater Department at Clackamas Community College? There are many benefits when signing up to be a part of our theater program. CCC and Clackamas Repertory Theatre director, Jayne Stevens, spoke about the Theater Department and the benefits when joining. Students play a big role in the Theater Department. Stevens explains that…

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CCC observes Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week with free food and clothing

By Justus Hoover / November 28, 2022

Clackamas Community College, the Community Wellness department and the Associated Student Government will all observe Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week by giving out donations of food and clothing.  ASG and the college are accepting new and gently worn coats and newly packaged socks.  This event is intended for students in need of warm clothing during…

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Wakanda Forever: Marvel Studios releases dedication film for late Chadwick Boseman

By Connor McCoy / November 22, 2022

When Chadwick Boseman died in August 2020, speculation began over what Marvel would do in regards to their planned sequel to Black Panther. Would they recast Boseman’s character, T’Challa/Black Panther? Would they recreate him using CGI, as Lucasfilm did with Carrie Fisher in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker? Or would T’Challa be absent from…

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Stupid Ghost, stupendous performance

By Dean Bechard / November 15, 2022

This upcoming weekend, Clackamas Community College is performing “Stupid Ghost” by Savannah Reich. When people think of ghosts, they usually think of scary, paranormal beings that come to haunt you. On this stage, the ghosts simply like to chill, vibe and listen to ‘80s dance music.  Sydney Palmer stars as the Ghost, who is attached…

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Got Scholarships?

By Connor McCoy / November 12, 2022

Scholarships may help you pay for studies. The Clackamas Print sat down with Debra Mason and Sally Noble of the Foundation to find out everything you need to know about scholarships and how to apply. Here’s what they had to say. The Clackamas Print: To start off, what is your job? Debra Mason: I lead…

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