vol 48 – issue 22

Campus battles run-off toxins

By Megan McCoy / May 27, 2015

Hidden on the far end of campus, near the Beavercreek Road exit, lies the Environmental Learning Center. Not many people have seen it, or know where it is, but some students are getting hands-on experience working through horticulture and water-environntal technology classes offered at Clackamas Community College. CCC Foundation Executive Director Greg Fitzgerald said that…

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Comedy, where art thy errors

By Katie Archer / May 27, 2015

A beautiful city of buildings, colorful streets and interesting music taking me back to a time I’ve never been. Oh, by the way: Welcome to Ephesus! The Clackamas Community College’s theater department takes us back in time with its spring play, “The Comedy of Errors” by William Shakespeare. I believe first impressions are very important…

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Nature writing students take it outside in class camping trip

By Amber Fairbanks / May 27, 2015

Clackamas has a lot of classes that offer a variety of different things. But a writing class that has a mandatory camping trip? Yep. Nature Writing 268-01 has a mandatory three-night camping trip at Silver Falls State Park. At first, I was not very excited. A camping trip with my instructor and people I barely…

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CCC track and field takes third

By Jack Spencer / May 27, 2015

Both Clackamas Community College men’s and women’s track and field teams placed third at the NWAC Championships. After a second place finish at the Southern Region Championships, the CCC track and field team looked to finish just as strong at the NWAC Championships in Spokane, Wash. on May 18 and 19. CCC athletes showed their…

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Things I can’t do

By Alicia Ulabarro / May 27, 2015
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