CCC and Oregon City Library partner to bring One City, One Book

By Clackamas Print / February 18, 2020

Story By Andrew Griffin Today, it seems as if reading books is a dying pastime. Rarely anyone seems to be able to say that they have picked up and read a book from start to finish outside of a classroom setting. Fortunately, there’s a new plan to get more people into reading right here in…

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Stags of the Sea: Local biologist presents examples of cranial weapon morphology at CCC

By Clackamas Print / February 4, 2020

Story by Andrew Griffin Apparently, deer and fish have a lot more in common than we thought. On January 23, Thaddaeus Buser, a biologist with a master’s degree in fishery, who is currently working in obtaining his Ph.D., visited CCC to give a presentation on cranial weapon morphology — simply put — how different animals…

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College president gets first report card

By Laura Canida / December 3, 2019

Story by Laura Canida Tim Cook’s first year on the job as president was “excellent,” according to the college board of education’s evaluation of his first year at the helm of Clackamas Community College. The CCC Board of Directors is required under college policy to perform an annual evaluation of the president’s job performance. The…

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‘Judge Torres’ to show on campus Nov. 6

By Clackamas Print / October 29, 2019

Clackamas Community College’s World Languages Department and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee are sponsoring a free performance of “Judge Torres” Nov. 6 at noon in the Gregory Forum building. The performance is based on the true story of Multnomah County Circuit Judge Xiomara Torres.“Judge Torres” is a story of magic and Mayan folktales, loss,…

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Clackamas Community College introduces diversity committee

By Clackamas Print / March 12, 2019

Story by Emily Roberts The college created a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee in an effort to create an environment that is understanding for students and staff of different backgrounds. “What I noticed when I came here is that there is a lot of interest here in diversity, equity and inclusion, but there’s a lot…

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Diversity in media: How the things we watch affect the way we live

By William Farris / February 8, 2019

The topic of cultural diversity and better representation in media is one today that sparks as much thought and intrigue as it does apprehension. It’s no secret that good representation of minority groups has been a struggle in our culture, and it’s no surprise that many people can have trouble talking about these issues. Much…

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CCC faculty lacks diversity

By William Farris / November 29, 2017

By William Ferris The Clackamas Print Diversity and representation have always been hotly debated issues in America especially in recent months. The effort to be more inclusive and undo the prejudice and bias of the past has been a central focus in education and work over the last few years. However, while the diversity of…

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Bringing other cultures to CCC

By William Farris / November 22, 2017

COMMUNITY AND CULTURE JOINED TOGETHER AT INTERNATIONAL WEEK Story and photo by William Farris The Clackamas Print Friends, food and new experiences came again to CCC at the International Week event. The annual celebration of culture is hosted in the Community Center where every day it saw a new country in the spotlight with traditional…

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