Funds fall short of finish line

By Lily Shaver / October 13, 2015

Track receives a two-lane facelift over the summer by Lily Shaver Wandering down to the Clackamas Community College’s track, it’s noticeable that two lanes have been resurfaced. The rest of the track remains in its sorry state of holes and cracks. The last time the track was completely resurfaced was in 1992. The surface put…

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Harmony campus opens art gallery

By Cassidy White / October 13, 2015

by Cassidy White The Clackamas Community College Harmony Campus has a new art gallery open to the public. According to Sunny Olsen, Director of Community Education and Harmony Campus, the gallery will feature a new exhibit every term. This fall’s exhibit is comprised of Community Ed students’ work, and winter term will display the best…

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What’s growing on

By Alexis Wagar / October 13, 2015

Horticulture serves up scrumptious, campus-grown vegetables By Alexis Wagar Don’t miss out on a chance to purchase great, locally grown, vegetables at the Clackamas Community College farmers market. The CCC Horticulture Department kicked off the fall season by bringing farm-fresh, organic veggies straight to campus. The market will be open not only to students, but…

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The teacher files

By Saige Keikkala / October 13, 2015

A conversation with Clackamas Community College math teacher Melinda Nickas by Saige Keikkala Curious about your professor’s teaching style and personality? A new instructor will be featured every issue. Here is an interview held with Melinda Nickas, 46, who teaches math for multiple levels here on by Chelsea Pagan   The Clackamas Print: What…

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