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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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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Clackamas students explain the struggles of distance learning

Students across Oregon have spent nearly eight months trying to adjust to the challenges of distance learning. With COVID cases spiking and more mandates impending, it will likely be months before students go back to in-person learning.  Clackamas Community College students Aaron Epperson, Bailey Bonney and Samuel Dunbar weighed in on how distanced learning has…

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College changes distance learning fees

Story by Victoria Drews Many students that have been able to stay in school at this time have found themselves looking over billing statements and making sure school payments are covered — while deferred payment fees and late registration fees have been waived, so as to ease the financial burden of their students, why hasn’t…

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Tuition set to increase starting summer term

Clackamas Community College’s Board of Education voted to raise in-state tuition by $5 for the 2020-2021 school year at its March 11 meeting. Where tuition was previously $103 per credit hour, it will be $108 per credit starting in summer term. The cost of a typical four-credit class will be $432, compared to the previous…

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