journalism

Journalism students gather in San Fransisco

By Clackamas Print / March 10, 2020

Story by Jonathan Villagomez Every year, The Clackamas Print takes a trip to a journalism conference where our writers, photographers and editors get to listen to keynote speakers and go to sessions where many working professional journalists talk about their fields of work to share their knowledge. This year the conference took place February 27…

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Quick to report, quick to mislead

By Ian Van Orden / January 29, 2019

Over the last two weeks, two stories have highlighted an issue that has cropped up in modern journalism. The stories, one a BuzzFeed report regarding President Trump and the other a standoff between high schoolers and a Native American activist, were both found to be false or misrepresented soon after their initial coverage. The stories…

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Campus brings human trafficking awareness | VIDEO

By Summer Barraza / January 30, 2018

By Summer Barraza Multimedia Editor The Portland Metro area has had a sordid history of human trafficking most notably the Shanghai Tunnels in Chinatown. To add, there are approximately 27,000 documented homeless youth in the area that could potentially be exposed to sex trafficking and abuse, but also a nebulous amount of undocumented homeless youth…

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Paradoxical: Ethical Journalism

By Autumn Berend / January 30, 2018

By Autumn Berend Editor-in-chief Is ethical journalism dying? The answer may not surprise you, but the reason might. Journalism is considered to be the first draft of history, marking down events that take place and recording them in archives. Because of journalism, we know what’s happening in Syria during the Civil War, what happens within…

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Artists’ insight on “Lessons from the Dark” | VIDEO

By Summer Barraza / January 23, 2018

By Summer Barraza Multimedia Editor Sex kittens and vixens are on display in the Alexander Gallery. Southern Californian artist and educator, Leslie Nemour, visited Clackamas Community College on Jan. 17 for an artist’s reception on her series “Lessons From the Dark.” “Lessons From the Dark” features oil paintings on projector screen canvases of women she watched…

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