Vol 48 – Issue 19

Writers inspire others to compose

By Cassidy Scott / May 6, 2015

Clackamas Community College had the honor on May 2 to host the fifth annual writer’s workshop “Compose.” This year’s theme was “Storytelling Now.” Roughly 21 guest speakers travelled to speak at the event, from teachers at CCC like Kate Gray, Jaime Wood and Susan Pesznecker to Rafael Alvarez from Baltimore, Maryland. Although there were many…

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Longtime coach sets up for retirement

By Jack Spencer / May 6, 2015

Head volleyball coach Kathie Woods is retiring after 32 years of success on the sidelines for Clackamas Community College, having hoisted the championship trophy twice for the Cougars in 1996 and 2004. She also racked up an NWAC record 836 wins. She will retire as the sixth winningest volleyball coach in the history of junior…

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Tuition waivers offer relief

By Zak Laster / May 6, 2015

For more of Zak Laster’s interviews, click play below. During the 2014/2015 school year, the college planned on awarding more than $650,000 in free tuition Getting ready for college can be a very stressful time. You’re ready to move on from high school and finally become an adult, but along with continuing your education comes…

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Iron out personal health plans

By Katie Archer / May 6, 2015

The Clackamas Print and fellow Clackamas Community College students got their fitness questions answered by Nautilus Plus trainer Michelle Craig. Kristi Date: How hard would a transition be from a normal American diet to a healthy diet? Michelle Craig: So typically I tell people to take baby steps. I usually recommend people change one thing…

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Moodle maintenance comes at poor time

By Megan McCoy / May 3, 2015

Although Moodle is supposed to be an online resource for students and staff, the bugs and glitches it gets at times can make it more of a hassle than help for many people at Clackamas Community College. With midterms underway, any students or staff members who use Moodle for their classes are relying on it…

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Former coach, AD inducted into hall of fame

By Clackamas Print / May 3, 2015

May 2, 2015 might go down as one of the most historic days in sports history: there was the NFL Draft, the Kentucky Derby, NHL and NBA playoffs and a legendary fight between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. But none of those could top what happened in the Washington Square Embassy Suites. The Oregon chapter…

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