New executive director John Chang Q&A

By Clackamas Print / October 23, 2019

John Chang wants to give you money. As the new executive director of the Clackamas Community College Foundation, Chang’s job is to raise money and give it away to students – in the form of scholarships. The Print sat down with the new director to discuss his background in accounting, how he drinks his coffee…

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Destitute Diaries

By Summer Barraza / November 6, 2018

Living on your own can be especially hard – but living on your own and being in college can be even harder. I have lived on my own for nearly two years now and it’s not easy. I have to worry about bills, rent, groceries, transportation, fees and everything else under the grad cap. But,…

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Shuttle clocks out early for weekend

By Liam Anderson / November 8, 2017

By Liam Anderson The Clackamas Print Public transportation is considered essential for getting around, especially if that place is where your education resides. Clackamas Community College offers a great option to those who live in areas close to the Clackamas Town Center or Harmony campus — the CCC Xpress Shuttles. However, the scheduling of the…

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Shuttle gets a lift

By Autumn Berend / September 27, 2017

By Autumn Berend Editor in Chief All aboard for the Clackamas Community College Xpress shuttle. The college has worked to improve the Xpress shuttle bus that traverses from the Clackamas Town Center, Harmony and Wilsonville campuses to make commuting less of a hassle for students. The changes include making the travel time more accurate for…

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Buses, shuttles and automobiles

By Tony Pellico / October 21, 2015

Clackamas Community College works to improve transportation options for students by Tony Pellico Do you have trouble getting to school? Do you not have a car or are spending too much money on gas? Do you dislike having to transfer through many bus services? Clackamas Community College has a few transportation options that may suit your needs. One option…

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