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David W. Kays

Milwaukie resident launches write-in campaign for Clackamas Community College school board role held by Dave Hunt

By Laura Canida / May 12, 2021

Story by Laura Canida Milwaukie resident David W. Kays launched a write-in campaign this past weekend for the Clackamas Community College Director, Zone 3 – Gladstone position, which serves Gladstone, Oak Grove, and Jennings Lodge areas.  In a statement sent to The Clackamas Print on May 9, Kays said that during his own voting experience,…

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Robert Ford CCC basketball player to transfer to Idaho State

By Clackamas Print / May 19, 2020

Robert Ford, basketball player and guard for Clackamas Community College averaged 23.3 points, 10.7 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game during his sophomore season. Ford shot 40.1% from three and led Clackamas to a 25-3 overall record and he has committed to play for Idaho State, a division one school who competes in the Big…

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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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Recently elected Associated Student Government president Q&A

By Clackamas Print / June 7, 2019

Story by Jonathan Palmer Ashley Magana Mendez was recently elected Associated Student Government president. Magana Mendez graduated from Wilsonville High School in 2017 before coming to the college in the fall of 2018. After two terms Magana Mendez threw her hat into the ring and ran for student president. Much to her own surprise, she…

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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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College goes corporate

By Clackamas Print / October 16, 2018

To new students, the changes to the campus bookstore are not even changes – the way the bookstore looks now is the only way they know the bookstore to be. Students who’ve been on campus before this fall remember Weiner Wednesday, $1 coffee and cheap snacks and they’re lamenting the loss of one of the…

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Four-years seek Cougars

By Sam Weston / February 14, 2017

Transfer day offers options to students Story and photo by Sam Weston For many students here at Clackamas Community College, transferring to another college is the ultimate goal. However, the process can become a little overwhelming. The annual transfer day at Clackamas attracted many students with questions in mind. The event was originally to take…

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