Smart thinking can help you fly through the pandemic

By Katie Skibba / November 9, 2021

It’s been almost two years since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic changed the travel lifestyle around the world.  Countries shut down their borders, some allowing no one in and no one out, some allowing only citizens to return, but under strict guidelines.  How can we forget the photos of multiple airplanes parked on the…

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The ten best outdoor eateries near the college

By Lizzy Marine / June 4, 2021

Indoor dining still freaking you out? With the pandemic putting restrictions on dining indoors, restaurants have gotten quite crafty with their outdoor seating.

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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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French and Spanish teacher on his time overseas Q&A

By Clackamas Print / June 4, 2019

Story by Zachary Whitley Ernesto Hernandez is a full-time French and Spanish teacher at Clackamas Community College. Before joining the college, he spent his time as a teacher journeying overseas with a specialty in European languages. The Clackamas Print: Could you talk a little bit about your background? Ernesto Hernandez: I grew up bilingual speaking…

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‘Oh, the places you’ll go!’ | Study abroad as a college student through accessible programs

By Clackamas Print / January 22, 2019

Story by Emily Roberts When it comes to studying abroad, most students don’t know where to start. Fliers promoting trips to tropical places are either too expensive or unappealing and students walk away before considering alternatives. But there are resources available, on campus and online, for students who want to go abroad but feel like there…

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Cat cafe

By Alexis Wagar / November 8, 2016

By Alexis Wagar Purrington’s Cat Lounge is the first “cat café” adoption center in the Pacific Northwest. Located in North Portland on MLK Boulevard, it is the first of its kind to serve beer, cider, wine and house-made food. The lounge provides a home-like feel for the cats and serves as an alternative way for…

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Newseum speaks to journalists

By Elizabeth Kessel / November 2, 2016

By Elizabeth Kessel Welcome, please walk through the doors into a news world. Recently, members of the Clackamas Print had the chance to go to Washington, D.C. for the National College Media Convention. While in D.C., I was able to explore the Newseum. Yes, you read that right, it is a museum for news! It’s…

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The Clackamas Print Goes Hollywood

By Matt Rowning / February 24, 2016

Santa Monica: In-N-Out

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By Taras Kovch / February 3, 2016

Leavenworth, WA By Taras Kovch Have you ever felt your breath being taken away just by looking at a picture with beyond-the-reach mountains covered with extremely white snow? Did you ever dream to appear there, even for a short moment, and breathe in the crystal air with scent of mountain’s rivers? A couple weeks ago…

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