Sunday, April 22, 2018

Sessions on the slopes: Lars Filson

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) Emma Kaohi: Where are you from? Lars Filson: Ashland, Oregon. EK: How long have you been snowboarding? LF: 14 years. EK: Who taught you to ride? LF: I was fortunate over the years...

Staying Alive on Your Bike — tactics and gadgets

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) If you live in Bend, co-existing with bikers is a must. Central Oregon is constantly active with marathons, the Pole Pedal Paddle, annual bike races and numerous biking...

The Voices of the First Nations Student Union Club

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) Nicole Wangler Nicole Wangler, student at COCC and part of the First Nations Student Union Club, is proud of her 1/32 Algonquian heritage. “Just to be knowing that it’s...

Rugby game highlights

Saturday October 21: COCC Bobcats 22, Oregon Tech Owls 7

Leadership is key: How two players and a coach view leadership

By Caleb Elliott | The Broadside (Contact: celliott4@cocc.edu) As the clock concluded on Oct. 15, a final score of 52-7 was won by the Central Oregon Community College rugby team against Seattle University, securing a...

Walking the (slack) line: New clubs at COCC

Throughout the U.S, slackliners push the limits (and heights) as they maintain their balance across the line. In an outdoor community, such as Bend, this sport has increased in popularity, even on our own...

LGBTQ and Ally Club hosts lip syncing competition for Drag Party

Central Oregon Community College’s LGBTQ and Ally Club organized a drag party on May 5. A drag party is about having fun and is very performance oriented, so a lip syncing competition and dancing...

Garden Club: A chance to get your feet wet and your hands dirty

 A Garden club is described as a “supportive,” “inspiring,” place to learn according to club participants. Student, staff member and Garden Club participant Courtney Nolta, stated, “I see the mission of the Central...

COCC’s Garden Club hosts second annual Farm and Food Faire

Locally grown food has been gaining popularity, a “fad” as student Garden Club member, Courtney Notla, called it. “I hope it isn’t just a fad. There’s a lot going on locally, we need to...

Jump Start welcomes new and returning students to spring term with on-campus events

Central Oregon Community College hosted a series of free events through the week of April third to welcome students back from spring break. From Dutch Bros in the quad, Cuppa Yo in the campus...