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What it’s like to be tested for COVID-19

By Clackamas Print / April 22, 2020

It’s not easy working in healthcare at this time.  I work as a caregiver for the elderly performing tasks including administering medication and making sure my clients are happy, clean and healthy in their homes. I work with people who have cancer, people who are paralyzed, some have suffered strokes — I work with people…

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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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Democrats running for president in 2020

By Clackamas Print / May 7, 2019

By Zach Whitley As of April 25, 22 candidates are running for president in the 2020 election, with 20 being Democrats, and two being Republicans. For the sake of this analysis, President Donald Trump will be excluded because most are already familiar with his policies and problems. The top 10 candidates have been chosen and…

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Board raises tuition $3 per credit hour

By Jason Sisson / April 17, 2019

Clackamas Community College’s Board of Education voted to increase tuition for the 2019-2020 school year. The board voted at its April 10 meeting to raise tuition by $3 to $103 per credit hour for in-state students and to increase out-of-state tuition by $8 to $274 per credit hour. This decision came as a bit of…

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Should transgender people be allowed to enlist?

By Autumn Berend / May 8, 2018

The Angry Tranny is a new column by Autumn Berend that explores ideas and concepts about the transgender community and transgenderism itself, answering questions and critiquing concepts. As contentious as this is, people on both sides have their unadulterated opinions, void of any nuance. On one side of the aisle we have the notion that…

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Yes, freedom of speech is important

By Autumn Berend / March 14, 2018

  The right to free speech. One of the contentious rights given to us by the Founding Fathers. Though often misattributed to God, our rights actually stem from the Bill of Rights, and any amendments to the constitution based on changing times and what we as a society believe is needed. Why is Freedom of…

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