Sunday, August 18, 2019

Dance like you mean it

  From left: Amanda Richards, Sarah Johnson and Rachel Gray practice their dance moves.      Stephen Badger The Broadside                 

Bobcats Season Opener: “A Good Baptism for Our New Guys”

After 80 tough minutes, the Raiders emerged victorious over the Bobcats. The Southern Oregon University Raiders came to Central Oregon Community College campus on Feb. 27. to face the Bobcats rugby team in 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...

Total fit come rain or shine

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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...

Not Just About Games

While gaming might be the draw of the Gaming Club, it is not the only reason people stick around, according to Tyler Lall, president of the Gaming Club at Central Oregon Community College. “There’s more...

COCC professor inducted into Green Bay Packers’ Hall of Fame

Sociology professor Ken Ruettgers is a published author, former National Football League player, and now a member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.   Ruettgers’ career with the Green Bay Packers began in 1985...

Sideline

Did you miss out on those activity classes you were hoping to get into? Not enough free time between work and school to get involved with the Intramural or Club Sports program? Welcome to...

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”...

Two Burns freshmen bring competition to COCC club baseball

Tyler Cooper and Nolan Stamke have been playing baseball together since they were tall enough to hold a bat. The two freshmen, who grew up together in Burns, Oregon, are playing very well on Central...