Star Wars

Mickey Makes Moves

By Clackamas Print / November 20, 2019

Story by: Zachary Whitley On Nov. 12, Disney opened its vault to the public with Disney+. For those unaware, Disney+ is the latest in a line of new streaming services and arguably the most anticipated one at that. Disney+ gives you access to almost the entire vault of Disney classics, Pixar classics, Star Wars films,…

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Ridiculous Runtime? Movies are becoming longer.

By Clackamas Print / November 5, 2019

Story by Zach Whitley Have movies gotten too long? If you have seen any movie in the past 12 months, you might have noticed the trend of creating longer movies, specifically ones that have a watch time of nearly three hours. “Avengers: Endgame,” “It: Chapter Two” and “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” all run…

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Starbucks employees brew degrees

By Jared Preble / November 5, 2019

Balancing employment and education can be a nightmare for many individuals, which can either result in one undermining the other or the students avoiding one entirely. In an age of advancing technology and ever-increasing tuition, online schooling provides millions of students with a flexible and sustainable path for a better price. For former Clackamas Community…

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Fur-land of Opportunity – A Look into the Furry Fandom

By Summer Barraza / June 4, 2019

Before any convention there is a fandom, and before a fandom there is the artist who pioneers that fandom – but not all art is made by big time production studios, this art is made by fandom. Tyler Whorff, a student at Clackamas Community College and artist in a mostly online community creates freelance furry…

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Alita: A non-fan and old fan review

By Clackamas Print / February 19, 2019

The non-fan perspective By William Farris “Alita” is a movie I went into with skepticism. I’ve never read any of the original books or seen the anime so all I had to go on was the trailers. The film looked like an interesting action adventure with plenty of unique designs but I honestly didn’t know…

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May the fourth be with you

By Saige Keikkala / May 3, 2016

 

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