Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Oregon State athletes train at COCC

Oregon State University’s football made a new play in Central Oregon. As they began practices, the team headed to Bend to spend a week of training at a new location. The 105 players and...

Rugby Scrimmage

http://www.flickr.com/apps/slideshow/show.swf?v=124984 Rugby players on the Central Oregon Community College team scrimmage March 2 after their scheduled game with University of Puget Sound's team was canceled. Photos by Stephen Badger

Fifteen students, one weekend, and forty miles of Rogue River

If you’ve ever felt like getting away from the smartphones, rent bills, and stress of school, the Rogue River might provide sanctuary for you like it did for me. It was the weekend of...

COCC hosts its first ever Virtual Resource Fair

Seth Root/The Broadside Part of the college experience is to be part of your college community. Being a part of clubs, sports and fraternities are some ways to have an active college life. Unfortunately, due...

Asian culture celebrated through new club

The Asian Club has begun to meet. If anyone has any interest in Asian culture they are welcome to attend a meeting. The club, advised by David Liu, a Central Oregon Community College...

Will your COCC student club be broke?

Don’t let a lack of funds stop you from starting a club: The process of getting funds is streamlined. A startup club gets a $500 developing club allocation per year, according to Kelly Huskey, former...

Garden Club Prepares for a New Year

The Garden Club is back again this year and it has a lot in store. Students interested in learning about organic gardening techniques, composting and more can get involved this year. According to their website,...

COCC Garden Club Prepares for Warmer Weather

Bend’s chilly winter weather might not be optimal for planting seeds, but that does not mean that the Garden Club has been idle. Two major events are currently in the planning stages. The club is...

Arts Aloud: End of the Radio Silence

Still a long journey for the KXBC-LPFM Bobcat Radio. Central Oregon Community College’s station has had a bumpy journey to get on the air and, even though the school has denied the radio proposal, many are not...

Latino Americans

In recognition of Latino Heritage month, Dr. Tom Barry, sociology professor, opened a viewing of the film Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped A Nation for students at COCC. Barry decided to show this...