lgbtq

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Zachary Whitley / October 30, 2019

Story by Zach Whitley I had three thoughts running through my head when I arrived at Clinton Street Theater to see The Rocky Horror Picture Show on Saturday night. Why is there a line wrapped around the block for an 11:30 p.m showing? What’s so special about this movie? Why do people like it? I…

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Alternative prom hosted at Clackamas CC

By Clackamas Print / May 7, 2019

By Allie Perkins Teens and young adults showed pride at Alternative Prom: MasQUEERade, an event hosted on Oregon City Clackamas Community College Campus on Saturday, May 4. Alternative Prom is a free event hosted for teens 14-20 whose sexuality or gender may make it difficult go to prom in their own schools. Alt. Prom started…

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Students adventure in Costa Rica

By Jonathan Villagomez / January 22, 2019

Ninety degrees in December is very uncommon here in Oregon, but not so much in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica where eight Clackamas Community College students had the chance to travel abroad to right before Christmas break. Before the trip, they spent nine weeks prepping. During their classroom time, the students learned about the…

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LGBTQ+ military film breaks silence on campus

By Clackamas Print / October 16, 2018

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, “Breaking the Silence: An Oral History of Oregon’s LGBTQ Veterans and Service Members,” a documentary that tells of how the military has changed since the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” laws were repealed in 2010, was shown in the McLoughlin Theatre on Clackamas Community College’s Oregon City campus. Until 1993, the military…

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Portland Timbers tie in a heated game

By Jonathan Villagomez / June 5, 2018

The drums beat, the trumpets blare and the stadium roars as the the Timbers’ Army starts to warm up. The Portland Timbers faced LA Galaxy once again after a 2-1 loss back in March. The Timbers had a rough start to the season beginning with five away matches due to construction in Providence Park. They…

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Great media for LGBTQ

By William Farris / June 1, 2018

From games and comics to TV shows everyone enjoys some kind of media experience and the stories they tell. For many its hard to find media to relate to when the people on screen are nothing like you. There are many underrepresented groups of people who don’t get a lot of art or media made…

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New resources available on campus

By William Farris / February 28, 2018

AFTER A YEAR, THE COLLEGE ENACTS NEW RESOURCES FOR TRANS STUDENTS By William Farris The Clackamas Print On May 17 of last year the Clackamas Print released a story about the lack of resources available for trans students on campus. At the time, Clackamas Community College stated that while they didn’t have many ways of…

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