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CCC’s career coach by day, Seahawks announcer by night

By Laura Canida / October 19, 2022

One of the newest advisors at Clackamas Community College is also the stadium announcer for the Seattle Seahawks. In December 2021, Kirby Gleason started working at CCC as an academic and career coach. On Aug. 6, 2022, just prior to the Seahawks’ first home preseason game, he learned he would be the primary PA announcer…

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Men’s, women’s basketball off to a strong start

By Clackamas Print / January 21, 2020

Story by Nick Schwada The Clackamas Cougars basketball teams are good — really good. Both the men’s and women’s team tore through the preseason, with the men finishing 11-1 and the women 10-1 through that stretch. The Cougars’ preseason success has carried over to their conference games as the men’s team is now 5-0 and…

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CCC Cougars make a comeback

By Jacob Thompson / April 23, 2019

  After one of the roughest starts in recent memory, the Clackamas Community College baseball team put together a fantastic weekend of baseball t o improve to 4-8 in league play and fifth place of the South Region. Coming into the weekend, Clackamas was on a 15-game losing streak and it looked like the Cougars…

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Clackamas Community College introduces diversity committee

By Clackamas Print / March 12, 2019

Story by Emily Roberts The college created a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee in an effort to create an environment that is understanding for students and staff of different backgrounds. “What I noticed when I came here is that there is a lot of interest here in diversity, equity and inclusion, but there’s a lot…

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Worst season in soccer program history ends

By Clackamas Print / October 31, 2018

A depleted bench and a quiet head coach watched as the final seconds of the worst season in Clackamas Community College soccer history ended Wednesday, Oct. 24, with a 1-0 loss to Clark College at Pioneer Memorial Stadium in Oregon City. The Cougars finished with an overall record of 1-10-4 under first year head coach…

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Patriot Prayer group closes Clark College

By Ian Van Orden / October 23, 2018

Announced several days beforehand, Clark College was shut down Monday by the college’s president in anticipation for a Patriot Prayer rally scheduled to be held that day. The group of activists, led by Patriot Prayer founder Joey Gibson, gathered at the college around noon carrying signs urging Washington residents to vote no on Initiative 1639.…

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Q&A with Clackamas Community College President Tim Cook (WITH VIDEO)

By Clackamas Print / October 9, 2018

  Tim Cook, the new president of Clackamas Community College, was kind enough to sit down with the staff of The Clackamas Print on Friday, Sept. 28 for an in-depth interview pertaining to his acclimation to the campus, his plans to seize opportunities at CCC and his choice of music. – TCP: How has your…

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CCC finds new president

By William Farris / March 14, 2018

Story and photos by William Farris Clackamas Community College Board of Education announced Vice President of Instruction for Clark College Doctor Tim Cook to be the next president taking over for the soon-to-retire President of CCC Doctor Joanne Truesdell on March 14, which was followed by a chorus of cheers and excitement. Cook will take…

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