College President

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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Farewell to President Truesdell

By Jared Preble / April 13, 2018

  President Truesdell sporting her Clackamas Community College Associate of Arts in  Business Administration degree Joanne Truesdell announced on March 9, 2017 that she is stepping down from her position as president here at Clackamas Community College. The Clackamas Print conducted an exit interview with Joanne Truesdell and asked her to talk about her time…

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Presidential candidate drops out, college continues with finalists

By Merari Calderon Ruiz / January 30, 2018

By Merari Calderon Ruiz Managing editor As the search for Clackamas Community College’s new president comes down to the finals, one candidate withdrew. Tim Cook, Jessica Howard and Chris Haines remain. Each candidate received an equal chance to speak at a public forum on campus, where faculty, staff, students and the community could participate and…

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Forums assist in search for new president

By Ali Miller / January 23, 2018

By Ali Miller Distribution Coordinator Two candidates, Tim Cook and Jessica Howard, Ph.D. faced community members, students, and faculty in Niemeyer Center’s theater for parts one and two of the last stretch of Clackamas Community College’s presidential candidate search. Cook’s forum was Wednesday. He took to the stage in a dark pinstripe suit, white shirt,…

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College looks for new president

By Autumn Berend / May 23, 2017

Clackamas Community College President Joanne Truesdell announced that she will retire in spring 2018. Between now and then, the college is making an effort to fill the shoes of the soon to be ex-president. Clackamas held multiple events for the public, students and staff give input to help create a profile for the next president.…

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Two year trumps four year?

By Lily Shaver / December 4, 2015

Advisers talk about the benefits of community college

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