violence

Protests against police brutality rage on

By Jared Preble / June 12, 2020

  (Featured photo by Jonathan Villagomez) On May 25, 9:25 p.m. civilian George Floyd would be pronounced dead at Hennepin County Hospital in Minneapolis after having his neck knelt on for nearly nine minutes by a police officer in broad daylight. Floyd is just one of countless victims of police brutality; while many cases have…

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Title IX: A Dialogue

By Clackamas Print / November 12, 2019

Story by Andrew Griffin Do you know your title IX rights? In today’s America, sexual assault, harassment and discrimination are issues that greatly affect our society. Because of this, it is important for students to be aware of their rights in these situations and how they can possibly be prevented from happening in the first…

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Protests don’t stop panel with James Damore at Portland State University

By Autumn Berend / February 21, 2018

UPDATED: Corrected Peter Boghossian’s job title from “Associate” to “Assistant” per PSU records and other grammatical mistakes as well as clarification for minute edits with Dr. Tory Blackwell. The Clackamas Print did speak with Heather Clark directly in a private message on Facebook. It was not ripped from her Facebook wall. “Hecklers” changed to “protesters.”…

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