Vol 48 – Issue 5

Movie Review: Interstellar

By Jack Spencer / November 19, 2014

Stellar: the only word that was going through my mind while I was watching this  lm. A futuristic masterpiece with something for every kind of movie-goer. Whether you came to see a moving family story, or a thrilling adventure into the stars, you will not be disappointed. Director Christopher Nolan delivered yet another exciting, thought-provoking and mind-bending piece of art. Many people see his movies…

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College trains for taking down shooters

By Maddy Kays / November 19, 2014

Since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012, 88 school shootings have shook the country, according to everytown.org. Around the country, parents send their children to school with the fear that they won’t return. Schools enforce new safety regulations, some going as far as to install metal detectors. Faculty and sta are being trained on…

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Dead Man’s Cell Phone rings true

By Auriana Cook / November 19, 2014

For some students, the idea of attending a school play might evoke memories of the stuffy period dramas or Shakespeare plays they slept through in high school. But this term’s mainstage production is refreshingly different: “Dead Man’s Cell Phone,” by contemporary playwright Sarah Ruhl, is a modern manifesto on how technology has changed our lives. It combines aspects of…

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Athlete of the month: Sierra VeraCruz

By Clackamas Print / November 11, 2014

With October officially in the books, it’s time to honor the Clackamas Community College athlete of the month. This month’s recipient is sophomore Sierra VeraCruz. VeraCruz is the libero and captain of the volleyball team. She has been described by teammates as a leader, hard worker and amazing passer. VeraCruz leads the NWAC in digs,…

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