vol 48 – issue 18

Discovering Record Store Day

By Matt Rowning / April 29, 2015

After getting off work, I ran to my car to drive downtown. It was 9:37 a.m., April 17. It was the eve of a sacred holiday, at least for some. I was racing for Record Store Day.   I drove to SE 30th and Burnside to Portland’s oldest record store; Music Millennium. They were closing…

Read More

CCC plays banner games with athletes

By Jack Spencer / April 29, 2015

The Cougar volleyball team had a fantastic season this last fall, winning the Southern Region championship and taking fourth place in the NWAC tournament. Each of those achievements is awarded a banner at the end of the season. Those banners are then displayed high over the gym floor in Randall Hall, which raises the question:…

Read More

New degree prepares to rock

By Megan McCoy / April 29, 2015

A new music degree is in the works at Clackamas Community College for students hoping for careers in the music industry. The Associates of Applied Science in music performance and technology would be a new option for those wanting to go into the music business, according to vocal music director, Kathleen Hollingsworth, who came up…

Read More

Athlete of the Month

By Lily Shaver / April 29, 2015

Ashley Culp, freshman catcher, has been playing softball for most of her life. She enjoys being competitive. Culp participates in other athletics when she’s not playing softball, she knows the importance of working together on a team and she feels that her team performs better when they can laugh together. The Clackamas Print: How long…

Read More

Back to the future: vinyl offers new spin on music

By Robin Scott / April 29, 2015

A new music degree is in the works at Clackamas Community College for students hoping for careers in the music industry. The Associates of Applied Science in music performance and technology would be a new option for those wanting to go into the music business, according to vocal music director, Kathleen Hollingsworth, who came up…

Read More

Battle of the cupcakes

By Megan McCoy / April 29, 2015

Oregon City provides  sweet hunt for cupcakes Sweet, fluffy and oh so fattening; cupcakes are a popular dessert for all ages. After learning that there are a few cupcake shops within five miles of Clackamas Community College, I was determined to find Oregon City’s best cupcake. Little did I know, I was in for a…

Read More

Protect yourself on college campuses

By Amber Fairbanks / April 29, 2015

WARNING: This column is about rape and sexual assault. There have been a lot of reports in the news about sexual assault and rape on campuses all over the country recently. As a result, students have been kicked out of universities and have lost scholarships over it. It makes me wonder, how many cases go…

Read More

Student candidates face off

By Debbie Fox / April 29, 2015

Associated Student Government campaigns are in full swing for those students who wish their voices to be heard with student government. There are two candidates for president — Brent Finkbeiner and Hayley Campa. The candidates were available for a question and answer session on April 22. For Campa, a great deal of her qualifications came…

Read More