Thursday, February 20, 2020

Sports preview: A host of new athletic programs next year

William James The Broadside The landscape of the Intramural and Club Sports program will be changing at the start of the 2012-2013 academic year for Central Oregon Community College. The new programs and clubs will be introduced...

Legends of the Ball

A COCC fitness class  challenges students to the max......Sometimes things get nasty Chris Browning The Broadside A handful of Central Oregon Community College students get together twice a week for the ultimate physical challenge: a “Total Fitness”...

Women’s issues take top priority at new club

Lindsey Brown The Broadside Cascades Women’s Collective wants to include everyone on the discussions over women’s issues. They’re comfortable talking about them, and they want you to be too. This club gives people a safe place to...

The return of GSA club

When the Gay-Straight Alliance returns to Central Oregon Community College, it will have two new leaders at its head. Students Stacy Falcis and Cameron Huston are in negotiation with the Associated Students of COCC...

Garden club blooms at COCC

Spring is an exciting time. The weather is getting warmer, the birds return north and the green thumbs gather together to transplant starter plants and ideas. Lauren Hamlin The Broadside Spring is an exciting time. The weather...

Club Sports coming to OSU-Cascades Campus

William James The Broadside Oregon State University-Cascades has cleared the way for new club sports including Cyclocross and snow sports. Bruce Petersen, OSU-Cascades employment coordinator has been approved for funding to begin a club sports program...

The Newman Club shares food and faith

Chris Browning The Broadside “The scariest thing is catching an edge on your ski when you’re screaming around a sharp curve,” said Newman Club president Sam Schwartz as he passed around plates of carrot cake. Grace had...

Taking the plunge

Kirsteen Wolf Chris Browning The Broadside After sweating it out on security detail, the Criminal Justice Club wrapped up with a dip in the icy Deschutes River. The Club’s officers and its advisor Kathy McCabe splashed into 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...

Despite obstacles, chess club advances at COCC

Chris Browning The Broadside First it was my pawn. Then a rook and a knight. Then checkmate. It didn’t take long for Sam Fisch to finish me off, only four moves. Fisch reassured me that it...