Friday, August 23, 2019

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...

Brayan’s how to guide for everything: Good will hunting

This whole year we’ve addressed everything from anniversaries, to dating, from partying to family and everything in between. However, nothing is more important then addressing your future. We all know that college isn’t forever, sooner or later we all have...

Freshman adventures: jumping into the world of parkour

Whenever parkour would pass through my mind, I would imagine people leaping from roof to roof top doing crazy flips and jumping over things twice their height. I began to fancy myself as spiderman – spiderwoman, saving Bendites...

High School art displayed at Red Chair Art Gallery

The Red Chair art gallery hosted local high school students to boost their art and get a headstart in the art business. The Red Chair gallery is a venue for Oregon artists providing an exchange of ideas and promotion of fine art. This year, the gallery also...

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...

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...

Bobcats: Honor still stands amidst rugby team loss

Mazama Field proved to not provide a home court advantage to the Bobcat Rugby team earlier this month. The National Small College Rugby Organization awarded Central Oregon Community College the right to host the NSCRO...

Simpson Pavilion Set to Fill Recreation Gap

Ice culture is growing in Central Oregon.   “Ice hockey, and ice sports in general, have had a presence here for a long time, but nothing like it is in the east,” says Scott Wallace of...

COCC baseball team ranked 25 in the nation

The previously unranked Bobcat baseball team has made a comeback. The Central Oregon Community College Bobcat baseball team is currently ranked 25th nationally, according to Nick Lockwood, one of the team coaches. “We came out last...

Disc golf course gone for good?

Will the college revive the disc golf course? When the college broke ground for the new residence hall, the disc golf course was disbanded. College administrators are now considering the return of the course. When...