Wednesday, January 23, 2019

“Lock It or Lose It”, says Campus Public Safety

“Lock It or Lose It”, says Campus Public Safety   “The best way to protect your valuables is to lock them up”, according to Don Doughty, the Crime Prevention Officer for COCC’s Campus Public Safety department....

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...

Is freedom of speech really free?

Should journalists print offensive and/or controversial material just to demonstrate freedom of speech? How important is that freedom in getting a conversation started? These questions have been fuel for discussion in our newsroom recently as...

Letter from OSU-Cascades Vice President

November 14, 2014 Happy winter, everyone! I’m not sure if the snow will still be on the ground by the time this is published, but as I write this we’re experiencing our first snow...

Letter From Your Student Council

Welcome students. On behalf of the whole ASCOCC team, we hope that these few weeks of the beginning of fall term have been excellent, and that you are all full of excitement for the...

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...

On The Cutting Edge Of Change

The Broadside staff would like to give a hearty welcome back to all returning students, staff and faculty. For all the newcomers--we’re glad you’re here! As we begin a new year, we’d like to point...

Letter From The President

Welcome -- or welcome back -- to all students at Central Oregon Community College and to those at OSU-Cascades as well. I am very pleased to be serving as the Interim President at COCC...

Is COCC really wheelchair-friendly?

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohUxuM03U3A] I think of myself as a healthy person; I work out almost every day and eat the right things. So I assumed going up a hill in a wheelchair would be nothing. That...