Vol 48- Issue 10

The Print goes to Comic Con

By Andrew Koczian / January 28, 2015

Over the weekend, Portland hosted Wizard World’s Comic Con, and these are just a few things we saw. ALL PHOTOS BY ANDREW KOCZIAN

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You shall not PASS

By Maddy Kays / January 27, 2015

STORY BY MADDY KAYS In the past year, two teachers at Clackamas Community College have launched Placement Advising for Student Success, or PASS. This program, unique to CCC, is focused on helping to improve placement of students into their early writing and math classes at CCC. David Mount from the English department and Carrie Kyser…

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Top ranked Cougars fall for first time

By Katie Archer / January 27, 2015

The agony of defeat. This week brings a new lesson for the Cougars as they pick up their first two losses of the season. Prior to Saturday’s dual against second-ranked North Idaho College and NAIA, second-ranked Southern Oregon University, the number one ranked Cougars were 13-0. Clackamas wrestlers faced off with two teams Saturday, Jan.…

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Starving for the Super Bowl: best places to be

By Clackamas Print / January 27, 2015

February is right around the corner, and with that comes everyone’s favorite day. The best of the best get paired together on this day, and we forget all about our other worries and troubles on this special day. I’m talking about the Super Bowl, of course. In the 49th edition of the big game, the…

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‘Jenny from the Block’ gets stalked by The Boy Next Door

By Amber Fairbanks / January 27, 2015

Jennifer Lopez made her way onto the big screen once again in the movie “The Boy Next Door” directed by Rob Cohen and written by Barbara Curry. She shouldn’t have. Lopez plays the character of Claire Petersen, a high school English teacher who is in the process of filing for divorce with her cheating husband;…

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New horticulture mural sprouts on walls of Clairmont Hall

By Cassidy Scott / January 27, 2015

Clackamas Community College’s horticulture and art departments came together over the summer to produce an agricultural history mural on the walls of Clairmont Hall. The idea was first conceptualized by horticulture instructor Bruce Nelson in fall of 2013, when students in his Urban Agriculture class created a timeline of Willamette Valley agriculture on paper. “It…

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Blood drive, care to share a pint?

By Marissa Nwerem / January 27, 2015

“Just one pint of blood can save up to three lives. I think students knowing this definitely encourages them to donate,” said Johnney Russ, ASG Vice President. The Red Cross blood drive makes its way to Clackamas Community College every year; the next drive will be held on Jan. 28 and 29 in the Gregory…

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