Monday, October 14, 2019

The Broadside staff: working hard since 1953

It hardly seems possible that we had a winter break. Already the term is underway and it’s time to settle into classes and assess our goals for the next ten weeks. Here at The Broadside...

Editorial endorsing a vote of NO on the new ASCOCC constitution raises concern (letters...

Unethical tactics The question I want to see inves­tigated is the e-mail “blast” sent by Brenda Pierce on Saturday May 8th 2010 at 7:00PM. She seems like a qualified candidate but I feel her...

Heard anything new Lately

Pour Habit Got Your Back   William James The Broadside Pour Habit’s latest CD, titled “Got Your Back,” does exactly what a good CD should. After you’re finished listening, it sticks with you. If you’re looking for a new...

Ten years of students art at C.O.C.C

Artwork by: C.O.C.C. Student Artist Photography by: Nicole Paris-Johnson Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Are you missing the Octopus? The octopuses wrestling gorillas on giant four foot cubes in the rotunda of the library last month might have become a...

Despite the snow, Bendites crowded the Spring Art Hop

Live music, art, and food drew many Echo Mayernik The Broadside On Apr. 2, a brisk day, hundreds braved the winds and snow flurries to tour the shops in the Downtown Shopping district here in Bend. Wrapped tightly...

Opening day does little to disappoint

Major League Baseball, a sport in need of ‘resuscitation’, starts season off right William James The Broadside Opening day has arrived in Major League Baseball, and already this season is everything we thought it would be. Not only...

Objections raised over Proposed Constitution

Students asked to read it thoroughly before Voting Tobey Veenstra The Broadside The ASCOCC constitution is up for vote despite objections from a council member and very little student input. Joshu Budish, ASCOCC’s Project Coordinator, raised some...

New constitution passed by voters

Don Iler The Broadside Last Thursday night, voting ended on the ASCOCC constitution with 79.4 percent of voters approving the new document. Only 20.6 percent of students voted against the constitution. The election was conducted on...

Athiest editorial sparks discussion (letter to the editor)

Jesus is peace Your April 7 Broadside article is full of errors. Let’s begin with the title: “I don’t need Jesus to know peace, and neither should you”. You are wrong to argue that you don’t...

Two COCC students chosen for the ALL-Oregon Academic Team

Lauren Hamiln The Broadside Central Oregon Community College students Tyler Pratt and Eric Sorenson have been chosen to represent the college as members of the All-Oregon Academic Team. The Oregon Community College Association recognizes outstanding students from...