Debbie Fox

Instructor lights up welding department

By Debbie Fox / November 22, 2016

  Clackamas teacher creates cool things across the world By Debbie Fox   Paris, St. Petersburg, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and finally Oregon – Bruce Mulligan’s knack for art and welding has followed him from France to Clackamas Community College. He has been teaching since 1994, and began at the college this fall. Mulligan has also…

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Campus safety changes

By Debbie Fox / October 18, 2016

LONGTIME OFFICER PROMOTED TO FILL VOID Story and photo by Debbie Fox Clackamas Community College continues to experience changes in the management of Campus Safety. As the search continues for a permanent Director of Campus Safety, a new position has been added to the department: Manager of Campus Safety. Dave Houseberg, candidate for the Director…

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Career services center offers guidance to graduates

By Debbie Fox / May 31, 2016

Story by Elizabeth Kessel and Debbie Fox Graduating and earning a degree is just the beginning of what’s to come. Many students leave Clackamas Community College to enter the workforce. Other students have obtained a transfer degree and are off to four year universities. Wherever they are off to, it can be intimidating not knowing…

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Music performance and technology festival

By Clackamas Print / April 26, 2016

Story and photos by Matt Rowning Clackamas Community College’s first “Music Performance and Technology Festival” was a celebration of a new degree and the art that comprises it: music. The brainchild of Kathleen Hollingsworth, the Music Performance Technology degree and festival is the answer to students’ wants. Hollingsworth said, “We started this degree program because…

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Your vote counts! No, really

By Clackamas Print / April 26, 2016

By Merari Calderon Ruiz & Debbie Fox   [one-half-first] Campaigns have been taking place around campus and they’re not to vote for the President of the United States. Clackamas Community College is holding elections for next year’s Associated Student Government (ASG) leaders. On May 2, students can vote for a candidate online by logging onto…

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New art exhibit at Harmony campus

By Clackamas Print / April 17, 2016
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College raises tuition

By Debbie Fox / April 12, 2016

Clackamas Community College students will see a $3 increase in tuition, from $87 to $90 per credit, starting this summer term. A typical four-credit class will cost $360 before fees. Other colleges going through this change include Portland State University and the University of Oregon. PSU’s board of trustees voted on a 3.6 percent increase…

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