Saturday, November 16, 2019

Film Review: Ledger’s last film

Kyla Becker The Broadside For Heath Ledger fans, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is a bittersweet success. The storyline is one of director Terry Gilliam’s many erratic tales. The Adventures of Baron Munchausen director is known...

Slightly Stoopid did little to disappoint

Whitney Beyer The Broadside If you felt slightly stupid at the end of last week, it was probably because you were at the Slightly Stoopid show at the Midtown Ballroom on Wednesday night – whether you...

InClimb partnership good for students

Justin King The Broadside “Keep Going! You Got It!” Determined eyes, tense muscles, focused breathing, delicate movements, no sign of the fear that used to be there. Then, after putting a hand on the plastic hold,...

Young Voices Be Heard an outlet for youth to share their passions

Zachary Hunt The Broadside Eleven teenagers passed the time with awkward jokes, glances, and greetings, waiting for class to begin. The sounds of violin and the odor of spray paint emanated from the Poet House.  Poets...

ASCOCC plans 21+ event

Carl Rockwell The Broadside ASCOCC is planning Country Night in mid-February for students. Some, however, question it’s fairness. Family-friendly events like Free Bowling Night are a resounding success,so the members of ASCOCC are considering bringing a night...

Broadside cover inappropriate (letter to the editor)

I noticed that this month’s front cover had an extremely risqué and inappropriate image for a College representation on campus.

Hold ASCOCC accountable (letter to the editor)

I want to know what government is spending my money on. Moreover, I want to know who decides to spend my money.

Anime club brings together students with similar interests

The Anime Club of Central Oregon Community College is all about being themselves and making a social network of friends. The club's main focus is Japanese animation - more commonly known as anime - and...

College president’s forecast for COCC is positive

James Middleton, president of COCC, addressed a gathering of almost forty employees last Wednesday to discuss enrollment issues, upcoming renovations, and budgetary concerns.

Intramural Sports: More than just playing around

Everywhere you look these days, you see the electricity of sports: a deep three-pointer sinks through the basket without touching the net, or the game is put away by a devastating drive for a...