Sunday, July 21, 2019

Facebook and Twitter help students know what’s going on

Staff and faculty are using social media to help inform students and the community about upcoming events and what’s happening in classes Arthur Sillers The Broadside Last year, when Justine Connor, Central Oregon Community College’s Native American...

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...

COCC and local developer form a unique partnership for campus village

Pat Crampton Journalism 216 Central Oregon Community College’s plan to develop vacant land into the Campus Village represents an unusual partnership between a community college and a local developer. COCC is partnering with Bill Smith, the developer...

Visiting Scholars program: “Extra spark” toward degree

For over 30 years, The Nancy R. Chandler Visiting Scholars Program has been bringing some of the world’s most influential minds to Central Oregon. The program was established in 1985 by the former owner...

Electric Feel: MGMT plays Portland

Indie rock royalty, MGMT, performed a lively set at Portland’s Crystal Ballroom on May 16. The elegant venue was packed with energetic fans, bouncing and moving to MGMT’s eccentric setlist. Crystal Ballroom was a fitting...

Drugs and alcohol on campus

By Caitlin Paradis, Lucinda Mann and Joe Heisler The Broadside Don Buhler is tall with shaggy hair. He’s a Central Oregon Community College student in his early twenties. And when he stands outside of Ochoco to smoke marijuana out of...

James Toney to the UFC: smart business decision or circus act?

Will James The Broadside On Wednesday, March 3, Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White made a move that could potentially turn out to be very, very bad for the UFC promotion and for the image of...

Stepping into the Spotlight: Anndi Adams

Anndi Adams does not live in this world: She has made her own. Anndi Adams has been writing science fiction since the third grade. Now 16 and attending Central Oregon Community College, Adams is still...

Campus trail to receive makeover by spring 2018

By Ezra Neumann | The Broadside (Contact: eneumann@cocc.edu) Central Oregon Community College has had a track for many years, but come this spring the campus will be improving upon our trail, running through the woods...

New Administrator comes to Madras

The new Madras campus administrator comes with a passion for helping students in rural communities. Last month, Jeremy Green became the new Campus Administrator for Central Oregon Community College’s Madras Campus to replace previous administrator...