VOL 48 – Issue 3

Halloween around the world

By Megan McCoy / October 29, 2014

It’s just a matter of days before costumes come to life, candy gets distributed and adults party the night away. Here in the United States the holiday is all about having a good time, whether that means getting dressed up as your favorite character and going out, or staying in with a bucket full of…

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A Walk Among The Tombstones

By Britt Tilton / October 29, 2014

Many students are scrambling to buy fake blood, stock up on candy and figure out the best parties to attend this Halloween. Alternatively, if you prefer a more subtle brand of spooky, you’re in luck: Robert Keeler, anthropologist and Clackamas Community College professor, is a member of the Association for Gravestone Studies and he was…

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Opinion: Hong Kong deserves democracy

By Tim Young / October 29, 2014

On Sept. 22, two student groups, Scholarism and the Hong Kong Federation of Students, started protesting against China’s decision to not allow universal suffrage within Hong Kong, according to The Guardian newspaper. Universal Suffrage is the public’s right to vote in an unrestricted way during elections. China is looking to screen candidates for the chief…

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Volleyball team is ‘Diggin’ Pink’

By Nick Hadley / October 29, 2014

On Sept. 18, 2012, Clackamas Community College volleyball mascot and family member Cougie Lucy Woods, a dog, succumbed to cancer and left this world. In honor of her loss Cougie’s mom, Coach Kathie Woods, hosts the “I’m Diggin’ Pink” event. Friday Oct. 24 was the third annual event to raise awareness and funds for pet…

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