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Milwaukie resident launches write-in campaign for Clackamas Community College school board role held by Dave Hunt

By Laura Canida / May 12, 2021

Story by Laura Canida Milwaukie resident David W. Kays launched a write-in campaign this past weekend for the Clackamas Community College Director, Zone 3 – Gladstone position, which serves Gladstone, Oak Grove, and Jennings Lodge areas.  In a statement sent to The Clackamas Print on May 9, Kays said that during his own voting experience,…

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Theodore Roosevelt Statue pulled down by rioters

Historic statues fall in Downtown Portland riots

By Joseph Lohmolder / October 23, 2020

A group of around 300 demonstrators used straps, chains, and eventually a vehicle to pull down the statue of Theodore Roosevelt in downtown Portland on Oct. 11 around 7:45 p.m. According to Portland Police Bureau, once the demonstrators had pulled down the statue, which has stood in the South Park Blocks since 1922, the demonstrators…

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‘The development of an art practice’ open through Dec. 6

By Clackamas Print / November 26, 2019

Clackamas Community College is hosting a Portland State University Art Practices thesis exhibition by CCC alum Justin Taylor open through Dec. 6 in the Alexander Gallery. Taylor’s exhibit is divided into two unique spaces. The first showcases finalized works and the second uses the space for creating. In “The Development of an Art Practice,” Taylor…

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Student gets accepted into NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars

By Summer Barraza / May 22, 2019

From football fields to fishing for the stars, Jacob Colton, a student at Clackamas Community College has taken one step towards his future and an even bigger step for humanity. The Clackamas Print sat down with Colton for an in depth interview on his acceptance and experience with NASA for the NASA Community College Aerospace…

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CCC students earn academic honor

By Jason Sisson / April 30, 2019

Two students from Clackamas Community College were recently chosen to join the 2019 All-Oregon Academic Team. The students, Natalia Rodriguez and Lizajane Gray, made their way to the state Capitol on Friday to meet Governor Kate Brown before transferring locations for an award luncheon with winners from other colleges. The All-Oregon Academic Team is selected…

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CCC Wrestling coach Josh Rhoden sparks golden era

By Jacob Thompson / February 26, 2019

It was 2006 and now Head Coach Josh Rhoden and his wife Keri were living in Redmond, Oregon. Rhoden had just finished his master’s degree and was a long-term substitute teacher for a second grade class. The Rhodens had built a house just six months ago, and Josh was setting up an interview for a…

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Resources for the atypical student

By Ian Van Orden / February 8, 2019

Apprehension upon beginning college is no new issue. Many who first arrive on a college campus will feel overwhelmed, perhaps out of place in the new environment.  Those that often have the most trouble, though, are the ones that do not fall into the typical college age bracket. Those who are returning to school after a break,…

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Marylhurst to close by year’s end

By Autumn Berend / June 5, 2018

After a sudden vote near the end of spring term, Marylhurst University will close its doors by the end of 2018 and be returned to its former owners, the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. The school cited a steady decline in enrollment for the past eight years and financial reasons, such…

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Protests don’t stop panel with James Damore at Portland State University

By Autumn Berend / February 21, 2018

UPDATED: Corrected Peter Boghossian’s job title from “Associate” to “Assistant” per PSU records and other grammatical mistakes as well as clarification for minute edits with Dr. Tory Blackwell. The Clackamas Print did speak with Heather Clark directly in a private message on Facebook. It was not ripped from her Facebook wall. “Hecklers” changed to “protesters.”…

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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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