Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Ten signs you might be a Bendite

It’s easy to get caught up in Bend’s 300 days of sunshine, natural wonderland, and uniquely Central Oregon culture without giving it a second thought. But Bend is uniquely weird, with ten uniquely Bend...

Campus festival celebrates Year of the Dog

By Isaac Messinger and Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: imessinger@cocc.edu and kagatucci2@cocc.edu) On the 15th day of the first month in the lunisolar year, people worldwide celebrated the Spring Lantern Festival, a Chinese holiday that...

Reverence for civil rights movement figures: “The Meeting”

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: katyaagatucci2@cocc.edu) In honor of the 10th Season of Nonviolence, members of the Afrocentric Studies Club came together to perform a play recognizing the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther...

Brayan’s How To Guide For Everything: Spring Fever

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and everytime you go outside you sneeze so much that your eyes bulge out. That can only mean one thing: spring is here! Spring Break is the...

The Disney Diaries: Hippos, and Gators, and Rain. Oh My!

"Houston, we have a problem.” That was the thought that ran through my head as I watched crowds gather around me. The Jungle Cruise been closed for nearly ten minutes due to technical difficulties. It was Thursday of...

A Performance by Judith Sloan

Fusing the art of theatre, poetry, and music, YO MISS! is a sometimes funny, sometimes sad, always truth-telling show about one woman overcoming her own traumatic experiences as she helps immigrant/refugee teenagers and incarcerated youth grapple with the cataclysmic events that...

From Westeros to a galaxy far, far away

By Nolan Wironen | The Broadside (Contact: nwironen@cocc.edu) It was recently announced by Disney that a new “Star Wars” trilogy will be created and produced by Daniel Brett Weiss and David Benioff, the producers of...

The Disney Diaries: No S.A.D. for me

Do you ever have those days when it feels like your life is a romantic comedy, minus the handsome male lead, the cute love story, and the sappy cookie-cutter ending? Well, that seemed to...

A Charlie Brown Christmas: An American Staple

Over the past decades, A Charlie Brown Christmas has grown into an American staple. A Charlie Brown Christmas has aired every year since its initial broadcast on CBS on December 9, 1965, making itself...