Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Food reform starts at home

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Listening to food author Ruth Reichl last week and reading Chef Julian Darwin’s comments in this week’s paper reaffirmed some of my core beliefs about food. Eating is a political act. But like...

Finally, A Breath Of Fresh Air

For the first time in years, there are no returning members on Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College’s current council. In the past, at least one member from the previous years’ student council...

Letter to the Editor

Dear Central Oregon Community College, First off, allow me to congratulate Central Oregon Community College on making a difference in the lives of so many students for the past 50 years. The event planned to celebrate those...

Calling All Students!

Don’t know where you want to go with your career? Seeking job experience? Campus clubs and organizations are a great avenue for students to learn skills that will help build their resumes and skill sets....

An interesting year provides insights into the ways we can improve and the things...

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside It has been quite an academic year. As this is the last issue of The Broadside until fall 2011, it’s a good opportunity to consider the role COCC’s student government played on our...

Defending a man that I hate – or, at least, his right to free...

Defending a man that I hate - or, at least, his right to free speech Over the past two weeks, I have watched our community react to the Charlie Hebdo attacks, and the attacks on...

Editorial: think outside of your first world bubble

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) Terrorists, extremists, radicals, guerillas, bombers, gunmen. These words petrify the public. They are shown incessantly in bold on our television screens or causing alerts to pop up...

Vote, COCC, vote!

Spring is here, and that means it’s time to decide who will be spending your money next year. The end of the 2012-2013 school year will also mark the end of term for current Associated...

OLCC dropped the ball

In a shining example of government bureaucracy, the Oregon Liquor Control Commision has simultaneously screwed law enforcement, recreational marijuana users, taxpayers and law-abiding dispensary owners. You’ll be able to possess and smoke pot come early July, but outside of growing it, there is no way to...

Letter to the editor – 4/30/14

"Kudos to The Broadside staff for the best-looking issue yet of your ever-improving publication! From a student who reads this little paper religiously, it has been a pleasure (and at times a relief) to...