Thursday, September 19, 2019

Books to enjoy over winter break

1. Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card: If you liked The Hunger Games, you’ll love this futuristic novel set in a future where extraordinary children are sent to a battle school in the asteroid...

Pinckney: Past, Present, Future: How the space and program went from an emblem to...

Pinckney Center for the Arts is just another building now, no more prominent or notable than Hitchcock Auditorium or Wille Hall. But fifteen years ago it was the epicenter of a theater program that...

Asian and Pacific Islander Festival: A cavalcade of culture and cuisine

Celebrating four societies at the Asian and Pacific Islander Festival Experiencing Asian culture was as easy as getting lunch for students of Central Oregon Community College on May 10. The annual Asian and Pacific Islander...

COCC Has Free Student Tutoring

The tutoring center here at Central Oregon Community College is an easy way to get certified help with classes. The center offers  tutoring assistance from fellow certified students, as well as degree holding professors. Kelly...
Bendb residents oppose urban growth if it affects their idea of happiness.

Study shows Bend residents dislike urban growth expansion

A study conducted by Oregon State University-Cascades faculty found that residents of Bend dislike the idea of expanding the city limits if it negatively affected their idea of overall happiness. by Jason Miller | The...

Review: “Love, Simon” (SPOILERS)

By Hannah Welbourn | The Broadside (Contact: hwelbourn@cocc.edu) LGBTQ+ representation in films and TV was once limited to one flamboyant, over-the-top, token gay character. I’ve grown up in a time to see the transition from...

Kids musical instruments booming with bacteria

By Shari Roan Los Angeles Times (MCT) The musical instruments kids play in school bands and orchestras are traveling denizens of bacteria and fungi, say the authors of a new study. Music education is great for...

Hyrule Historia: the definitive collector’s item for Zelda fans

For over a quarter of a century, the Legend of Zelda video game series has set the bar for exceptional gameplay. Each entry in the series has brought new, creative ideas and expanded on...

COCC student recognized as U.S citizen

“It’s an honor and a privilege to call you a fellow citizen of the United States.” With this recorded statement from President Barack Obama, one student’s dream of citizenship was realized. On Sept. 14, the...

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The holidays are coming...