vol 48 – issue 21

Cougars run for veterans

By Katie Archer / May 20, 2015

While the tomb of the unknown soldier is remembered and respected, the vets who have returned home want us to remember them too. To serve those who have served America, Clackamas Community College will be hosting the first annual 5km Cougar Run on Saturday, May 30. All proceeds from this run will go to benefit…

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Cougars steal third at NWACs

By Clackamas Print / May 20, 2015

For the second year in a row the Clackamas Cougars softball team was eliminated by the Mt. Hood Saints in the NWAC Championship tournament. The Cougars ended the season on a hot streak, winning 10 of their last 11 games, en route to capturing the South Region title. The strong finish and region crown earned…

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CCC bids ‘Bon Voyage’ to this year’s retirees

By Saige Keikkala / May 20, 2015

When they announced the annual Retiree Party was to meet in the Gregory Forum on May 5, not everyone expected such a large and tear jerking occasion. Fused with the strong smell of cake and coffee, many people gathered around white linen tables to watch the slideshow presentation of each person retiring from Clackamas Community…

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Heald students kicked out

By Cassidy Scott / May 20, 2015

Although Corinthian Colleges LLC had been struggling for months, students of 150-year-old Heald College were not prepared for Corinthian to pull the plug, especially so close to the end of the school year. According to a press statement from Corinthian Colleges, Inc., dated April 26, Corinthian was unable to sell Heald, like it had for…

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Power outage leaves students in the dark

By Cassidy Scott / May 18, 2015

Updated Tuesday, May 19: At approximately 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13, power across campus went out. Students sat in the dark for roughly an hour before Portland General Electric workers on scene were able to return light to campus. According to Steve Corson, who works for PGE’s media relations department, the brown-out was a…

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