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Journalism students gather in San Fransisco

By Clackamas Print / March 10, 2020

Story by Jonathan Villagomez Every year, The Clackamas Print takes a trip to a journalism conference where our writers, photographers and editors get to listen to keynote speakers and go to sessions where many working professional journalists talk about their fields of work to share their knowledge. This year the conference took place February 27…

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Winter nights bring river lights to Portland

By Olivia Lynch / February 11, 2020

Story by Olivia Lynch Nothing screams “Portland,” quite like a Volkswagen Beetle repurposed as a disco ball. Last weekend Portland celebrated the fifth anniversary of their Winter Lights Festival, where the public can walk around and interact with the many collaborative exhibits created by the city’s creative and technical minds. The West Side of the…

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CCC Automotive Department prepares to reveal $5.7 million dollar expansion

By Clackamas Print / January 28, 2020

Story by Jakob Kaiser Photo by Jordy Villagomez With the grand reveal of Clackamas Community College’s new automotive expansion right around the corner, we went in for a first-hand look at everything this incredible revamp has to offer for the program. First off, anyone who has taken part in any automotive courses here will know…

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Cougars bats back stellar pitching

By Doug Fry / April 26, 2017

By Doug Fry As we move closer to summer and the weather heats up, Cougar’s baseball team looks to do the same. Clackamas Community College’s baseball team has struggled in this early season, but they have been able to pick up more wins as the season progresses. The Cougars are 3-9 in league and were…

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Now streaming: Thirteen Reasons Why

By Alexis Wagar / April 26, 2017

By Alexis Wagar One of Netflix’s newest originals, based off of the 2007 young adult novel by Jay Asher, 13 Reasons Why, deals with the aftermath of Hannah Baker’s (Katherine Langford’s) suicide and follows her fellow classmates as they try to uncover the reasons she took her own life. The 13-part series was released worldwide…

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Fair bares opportunities

By Autumn Berend / April 26, 2017

CAREER FAIR DRAWS EMPLOYERS FROM A NUMBER OF INDUSTRIES FOR RECRUITING Story and photo by Collin Berend Everyone needs a job, but not everyone can get one, even with the right skills. Clackamas Community College tries to fix this. On Tuesday, April 18, a job fair was held in the Gregory Forum, tables littered the…

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