Saturday, June 15, 2019

Club offers students place for activism and belonging

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Students looking to find common ground started a club of their own. The Jefferson County Cultural Enrichment Club is a combination of diverse groups on the Madras campus that came together to forward...

Bobcat’s have high hopes for rugby season

Rugby players headed to the field, only to find that their opponent, Reed College, was unable to attend. Despite the no-show, Central Oregon Community College Bobcats were still able to have their first rugby...

Leadership is key: How two players and a coach view leadership

By Caleb Elliott | The Broadside (Contact: celliott4@cocc.edu) As the clock concluded on Oct. 15, a final score of 52-7 was won by the Central Oregon Community College rugby team against Seattle University, securing a...

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...

Rugby Scrimmage

http://www.flickr.com/apps/slideshow/show.swf?v=124984 Rugby players on the Central Oregon Community College team scrimmage March 2 after their scheduled game with University of Puget Sound's team was canceled. Photos by Stephen Badger

Student government prepares for upcoming year with new officers and hierarchy

“I cannot believe this right now,” said student Susana Hernandez in reaction to the news she was elected as president of student government. As the 2014-2015 school year approaches, both Hernandez and Amber Ruedi, the...

COCC Volleyball team joins PIVA

William James The Broadside The Pacific Intercollegiate Volleyball Association can boast a brand new member, because on Oct. 22 the Central Oregon Community College Bobcats have joined their ranks. 29 total teams--14 for men and 15...

Arts Aloud: End of the Radio Silence

Still a long journey for the KXBC-LPFM Bobcat Radio. Central Oregon Community College’s station has had a bumpy journey to get on the air and, even though the school has denied the radio proposal, many are not...

OSU-Cascades ski team competes at nationals

For the second straight year, Oregon State University-Cascades has had representation at alpine ski nationals. OSU-Cascades athletes Nolan King, vice president of OSU-Cascades club sports, and Sierra Foster, president of OSU-Cascades club sports competed at...

Math LOCO Club in beginning stages

How can you make math fun and interesting? By getting together with like minded students who share a common goal. This can be done by joining the newly-formed Math Leaders Of Central Oregon club...