Thursday, September 24, 2020

Free, but not for the press

Using student fees for political lobbying is questionable enough, but punishing students for not lobbying reaches a new low in unethical practices. On March 7, the Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College travelled to...

Take off your mask: Reclaim productive discourse

Flaming. Trolling. Bashing. All of these are familiar terms to anyone who has spent any time on an Internet forum. Posters with pseudonyms using malicious words to attack people they don’t know, people who...

Letter to the Editor:

To the Editor: This is a comment regarding your recent article about the “Top 10 WORST Holiday Movies”. As I skimmed that edition of The Broadside, I had to do a double-take when I saw...

Don’t go broke this winter: Ways to save on your power bill

Operation: Don’t Go Broke is devoted to bringing readers helpful tips on ways to save in college. Whether you love or hate the snow, don’t panic when it’s time to pay your power bill. Anna Quesenberry The...

Already shopping for next Halloween? Choose something empowering!

  On Oct. 23rd, more than 900 people filed into Bend High auditorium in support of the idea that a woman’s intellect is more valuable than her appearance. A week later, women filed into costume...

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...

So You Want to Advertise in the Broadside? Here’s what You Need to know

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press..." First Amendment, Constitution of the United States. Our Philosophy: Advertisers...

Sustainability is fashionable

Michelle Greer The Broadside Fashion is a billion-dollar industry. It’s fluid, expressive and accessible. The fashion industry breaks into five categories, divided by affordability:= haute couture, luxury, affordable luxury, mainstream, and discount. It’s an industry that...

A whole lot of nothing

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside One-of-a-kind experimental composer John Cage composed 4’33 in 1952 for any instrument. If you conduct an Internet search for it, you can watch it performed by a full orchestra. You’ll see the conductor...

Halloween is as frightening as you want it to be

Kirsteen Wolf The Broadside Pope Gregory tried to squash it, but Halloween stuck around. It became the strategy under Pope Gregory in the seventh century A.D. to place a Christian holiday over a pagan one in order...