Saturday, June 15, 2019

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...

After dramatic season, rugby team looks to the future

The Bobcats season ends with a 5-8 loss. On Saturday, April 18th, the Central Oregon Community College Rugby team played their last game of the season against the University of Puget Sound. The game comes after the team hosted...

COCC student gets a free ride

Thanks to the Aviation Club at Central Oregon Community College, one lucky student will soon be flying high. At the club’s monthly meeting, on Dec. 6, COCC student Blake Zolezzi received a certificate for a...

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...

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...

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...

FNSU raises teepee as “symbol”

90 minutes. That’s how long it took for the First Nation Student Union to raise their teepee for the first time. The raising of the teepee on May 30 in preparation for the Salmon Bake...

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...

COCC: “Testing the lacrosse waters”

Lacrosse might soon become a common sight on campus. Despite a lack of interest in the past to start up a Central Oregon Community College lacrosse team, the Athletic Department is seeing interest yet again....