Athletes face depression and anxiety

By Jacob Thompson / May 28, 2019

Freshman volleyball player Madison Landwehr was a standout on the court for Astoria High School. When it came to choosing a college to continue her education and her volleyball career she chose Clackamas Community College, following in her brother’s footsteps. When she arrived on campus she realized the competition for playing time would be much…

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Clackamas Community College student spearheads suicide outreach program

By Victoria Drews / November 27, 2018

Michael Doust, “Mike” for short, is a Clackamas Community College student, veteran, business owner, former union pipe welder and engineer, and a suicide survivor. After an uphill battle reached its climax when he attempted suicide in 2010, Mike has sought to blaze a path to inform and empower others to aid those in need and…

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Millenial suicide rates climb

By Clackamas Print / May 30, 2017

By Ian Van Orden Over the years, I have known several people who have contemplated suicide. Many more have expressed feelings of depression or despair. In each situation, with the help of friends, family, and in some cases counseling, they were able to escape the feelings of despair that had overwhelmed them and nothing ever…

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