Wednesday, January 23, 2019

If you can’t drum, flute

"My hand is broken, so it’s kind of hard playing the drum,” flutist Logan Borg said. “I wanted to jam on something.” He joined drum club because he believes it is a “good in-between the...

Cleaning campus: COCC’s Sustainability Club seeks to reduce waste on campus

Would you pour six ounces of gasoline down the toilet? Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Most people would not, but they do the equivalent all the time: throwing a tin can in the garbage instead of the recycling...

Winter Term Activities

Intermural Sports The field here at Central Oregon Community College has been iced over for the last month, but that is no excuse to sit around this winter. The Department of Club Sports and Intramurals...

Math LOCO Club in beginning stages

How can you make math fun and interesting? By getting together with like minded students who share a common goal. This can be done by joining the newly-formed Math Leaders Of Central Oregon club...

History Soiree: Event discusses country’s cultural resilience after a war-torn past

While in 2012 Algeria made over 78 billion in revenue from oil, its average family lives on only a $400 a month budget. This was one of the key aspects discussed by Dr. Nabil Boudraa...

Rugby team kicks off second season

Obtaining two wins before classes even began, the Bobcat rugby team is off to a strong start for this year’s tournaments. The start of the team’s second season kicked off with a win for the...

Table tennis to relieve stress during finals

Combat stress during finals with a fast-paced game of table tennis. A table tennis tournament will be held on Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in Central Oregon Community College's Mazama gym. COCC and OSU-Cascades...

Rugby Profile: Manu Vete

Unlike many players on the current Central Oregon Community College rugby team, Manu Vete grew up understanding the sport. “My dad is a semi pro rugby player for Tonga,” Vete explained. “I was raised around...

Culinary club bakes 300+ pies for fundraiser

Culinary students have created over 300 pies for their holiday fundraiser. Compared to last year, this is nearly 100 more pies that they had to make. In past years, the culinary club has offered...

COCC’s Total Fit class makes a big splash

http://www.flickr.com/apps/slideshow/show.swf?v=122138 Photos By Stephen Badger The Broadside