Wednesday, January 22, 2020

New Exercise Center at Mazama Gym

Starting this term, students will have a new location to get workout in. On March 28. at 10 a.m., Mazama will be opening a brand new exercise center for students and faculty. Director of...

Cold, dark, and quiet: Central Oregon caves

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) Central Oregon has many natural wonders, including any number of caves. Due to the volcanic climate, the landscape is covered in lava-formed cave systems. These caves offer...

Moms and Dads on campus

Club seeks to give support to “non-traditional” students If you’re a student parent, the college offers no resources for campus childcare. The newly-formed Moms and Dads on campus club intends to speak out about that...

The Experimental Philosophy of an Amatuer

Socrates Cafe is a discussion group which meets every other week, designed by Christopher Phillips to empower participants to employ the Socratic method, or essentially, ask questions. With over 600 groups meeting internationally, the...

Simpson Pavilion Set to Fill Recreation Gap

Ice culture is growing in Central Oregon.   “Ice hockey, and ice sports in general, have had a presence here for a long time, but nothing like it is in the east,” says Scott Wallace of...

Meet Micheal Cheatum: COCC basketball bobcat

Micheal Cheatum, in white drives against two opposing players. Stephen MacDonald The Broadside Some people play basketball for recreation or for novelty, but to Michael Cheatum, a 23 year old guard/small forward for Central Oregon Community College’s...

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...

Campus Profile: Tanner Torres

Tanner Torres is one of 23 students that are in the outdoor business and tourism cohort. Together these students spend every morning from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM outside learning what it takes to...

Everything must go (to the students) in ceramic art show

If you go up to Pence you may hear the humming and squealing of pottery wheels. That’s probably the Ceramics students working hard on a cup, bowl, plate, or many other creations. For the students...

Diversity Achievement Awards

More attendees than ever came to the Diversity Achievement Awards on May 28th in Wille Hall in the Campus Center. The award honors students and faculty from all backgrounds and walks of life who...