Sunday, July 5, 2020

COCC campus’ natural diversity creates wildlife melting pot

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) If you attend classes around campus, you know that there is a resident deer family on campus. The deer who waltz around the upper campus are completely...

Film fest displays anthropolgic contrasts

Abu Haraz is a Sudanese village which will be flooded once construction of a dam is complete. This will cause displacement of a Northern Sudanese Arabic community, whose origin is near a historically and...

Día de los Muertos

Tikalkwan or the Aztec Dance Group performed several Aztec dances during a Día de los Muertos celebration in the Coats Campus Center. The event was sponsored in part by the Latin American club. Tikalkwan is...

Why Don’t Native Lives Matter?

The congregation at Trinity Episcopal Church on November 18th was not a traditional service. Instead, Gina Ricketts, COCC Native American coordinator, and Justine Lowry, Native American art director, asked the general public, “Why don’t...

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...

Photos: Spring in Bend

You might have noticed that it's getting warmer and sunnier recently along with the blooming flora and pollen that are surrounding Bend and announcing that spring is here. Enjoy the sun and warm weather...

Experiencing Ken Kesey

It was a trip across the United States in a painted school bus known as “Furthur” that saw the beginning of the decade of the hippie. Beginning in 1964, Ken Kesey and his Merry...

Luke Allee’s Art Exhibit

Luke Allee is a student at OSU-Cascades pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He has been featured in many student showcases for the last five years; and during the month of January, Allee’s art...

Bends local lunchbox: Kebaba

After a good friend recommended Kebaba, on the corner of 10th and Newport, I figured that I ought to swing by and see what the hype was about.   From a decor and atmosphere standpoint, I...

Season of Nonviolence brings nationally renowned poet to COCC

Initiated in 1998, The Season of Nonviolence was created to honor the lives and legacies of Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Cesar Chavez and Wilma Mankiller. Each of those individuals any many others...