#metoo

Title IX: A Dialogue

By Clackamas Print / November 12, 2019

Story by Andrew Griffin Do you know your title IX rights? In today’s America, sexual assault, harassment and discrimination are issues that greatly affect our society. Because of this, it is important for students to be aware of their rights in these situations and how they can possibly be prevented from happening in the first…

Read More

Teatro Milagro puts on ‘Judge Torres’ at CCC

By Jared Preble / November 12, 2019

  Clackamas Community College was visited by Teatro Milagro on November 6 in Gregory Forum to present “Judge Torres,” the true story of a young immigrant girl from El Salvador who crossed the U.S. border at the age of nine and persevered through countless hardships to eventually climb the judicial ranks, earning the title of…

Read More

The Print attends National College Media Convention in New York City

By Victoria Drews / March 12, 2019

The window next to me smelt vaguely of spoiled milk as I stared across the tarmac at the landscape. The mountains lay far away, though cloaked with Oregon’s signature pine trees, they seemed to smoothly undulate above me. Soon, I’d be higher still than them, crossing the country in a mere six and-a-half hours to…

Read More