CCC student art show stays alive, even through a pandemic

Students of Clackamas Community College art programs have kept busy this year. This has been modeled by the 112 submissions to the 2021 Virtual Student Art Show. Participants displayed art of all different disciplines, such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, digital design, video, jewelry, and design. The annual Student Art Show gives the artists…

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Sophomore Kwan Carter Awarded Conference Player of the Week

On April 27, Sophomore Kwan Carter was awarded Conference Player of the Week by the Northwest Athletic Conference for Men’s Basketball. During the two games he played this week, Carter averaged 18 points, eight rebounds, one steal, and one block per game. Carter began playing basketball in second grade. He became interested in the sport…

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Interview with Peace Corps recruiter Mychal Castro

The Clackamas Print had the pleasure of meeting with Mychal Castro, a Peace Corps recruiter, over Zoom. Castro shared general information about the Peace Corps as well as his own unique experiences, serving in Costa Rica, participating in a pride event there, as well as his process of joining the organization.    The Clackamas Print How…

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COVID-19 vaccinations offered at CCC Wilsonville campus

Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue is offering COVID-19 vaccinations at the Clackamas Community College Wilsonville campus every Wednesday. Appointments at this location are provided by the Clackamas County Health Authority, and appointments can be made on the Clackamas County website as well as the Get Vaccinated Oregon website. The CCC Wilsonville location administers, on average,…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

All Oregonians 16 years and older are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. With Clackamas Community College set to go back to some in-person learning in the fall,  students need to consider the vaccination.  With the reintroduction of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, three vaccinations are in circulation.  There are two Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines, one…

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Softball in a COVID world

Starting March 19, the Clackamas Community College softball team will kick off their games for the season. They have lost about 20% of their usual 25 games to COVID-19 precautions and will only be playing Oregon schools, but that doesn’t damper the positive attitude we saw at the practice on Monday, March 1. Everyone was…

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College theater goes online

In this curious time of shutdowns and closures, some theaters are managing to produce shows using a modern medium. Streaming live productions is one way that theaters companies have found to keep performers onstage and audiences engaged. Clackamas Community College Theater Department theater director James Eikrem said that while streaming theater may seem like “glorified…

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