Thursday, April 18, 2019

COCC Garden Club Prepares for Warmer Weather

Bend’s chilly winter weather might not be optimal for planting seeds, but that does not mean that the Garden Club has been idle. Two major events are currently in the planning stages. The club is...

Keeping students safe from the sidelines: Claire Irvine, COCC rugby trainer

Sports have always been a passion for Claire Irvine, the athletic trainer for the Central Oregon Community College rugby team. “I always played sports when I was younger,” Irvine said. “Athletics is a huge part...

Professional wrestling to benefit breast cancer research

William James The Broadside Shakespeare once said that “Love sought is good, but given unsought is better.”. This rings true for breast cancer patients and survivors in Bend as Independent Wrestling and Athletics Productions and Blue...

Latino Identity Through Art: Cultural Identity More Than Skin Deep

Music and art became powerful mediums for keeping Latino identity and culture alive. The message were the centerpieces at this year’s Latino Identity through art event hosted by the Latino Club at Central Oregon...

Bobcat Rugby takes home a victory

An outstanding score of 33-10 was successfully won by the COCC Rugby club against U of O in Independence Oregon on Feb. 25th, their first official match for the Spring season. “The game went...

Brayan’s how to guide for everything: Don’t lose who you are

Leaving home for the first time can be one of the most terrifying and exciting experiences. We get to finally be independant and make our own decisions and more often than not, our own mistakes. We get to reinvent ourselves and...

Cold, dark, and quiet: Central Oregon caves

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) Central Oregon has many natural wonders, including any number of caves. Due to the volcanic climate, the landscape is covered in lava-formed cave systems. These caves offer...

How to Start a Campus Club

Do you have a passion for landscaping, underwater basket weaving or pickleball? If so, COCC is able and willing to help you pursue your passions! There are 31 registered clubs, ranging from gardening to comedy,...

Students face elements, summit Mt. St. Helens

A team of six students left Central Oregon and crossed the Columbia River, visiting Oregon’s neighbor to the north, to participate in the annual Mother’s Day Mount Saint Helens climb on May 11. Cascades Adventures...

Rugby culture extraordinarily strong and vibrant at COCC

Bobcats rugby hasn’t even run two seasons, but it’s already changed the lives of everyone involved. Coach Woody Bennett has been coaching rugby for over forty years, and he’s never had a team as...