Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Total fit come rain or shine

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Rugby Preview

With almost half of the Rugby team returning from the previous fall and spring season, the outcome for this upcoming season is hopeful. Though the team has struggled for practice time over the course of...

Dance like you mean it

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

COCC’s baseball team goes to bat against Oregon, Idaho and Washington this spring

Anna Quesenberry The Broadside Aaron Fennell is a first year Central Oregon Community College student living at Juniper Hall. Fennell has played baseball since he was five-years-old and looks forward to playing for the Bobcats this...

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...

Recreation Movement of 2020

In spite of COVID-19 taking away opportunities to go to the gym, people have still found ways to set up their own workouts at home or through Zoom. There is now a new way...

Clubs at COCC

From the left: Tori Ifchella, Francis Cane, Isaiah Spence, Samuel Fishch, George Neuhauf and Maya Sanders sit outside the Campus Center playing instruments in the drum club. Michelle Carino The Broadside Any Central Oregon Community College student can...

COCC’s Garden Club hosts second annual Farm and Food Faire

Locally grown food has been gaining popularity, a “fad” as student Garden Club member, Courtney Notla, called it. “I hope it isn’t just a fad. There’s a lot going on locally, we need to...

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...