Thursday, December 5, 2019

“Creating a God”: Anthropologist describes artistic developments in Bhutan

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) ‘How can contemporary art education influence the way we develop a sense of morality and ethics?’ asked Jason Hopper, anthropology guest speaker. Hoppers presentation titled ‘Art as...

Finding importance in your syllabi

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) As stated on the Central Oregon Community College website, professors are required to provide students with a syllabus at the beginning of each term, posting it to Blackboard...

Advisory committee discusses future of The Broadside

By Miles Flynn | The Broadside (Contact: mflynn@cocc.edu) The Broadside has been losing readership and staff steadily over the past few years. Due to this, an advisory committee was assembled with a group of people...

Achieving diversity on campus

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) At the end of the term on June 6, the Diversity Committee at Central Oregon Community College will be hosting the ninth annual Diversity Achievement Award Ceremony...

Celebrations of Academic Achievement at COCC

By Miles Flynn | The Broadside (Contact: mflynn@cocc.edu) Academic excellence takes hard work and dedication, and can be rewarded in many ways. One such way is coming up June 9, when there will be an...

Finish your degree on time by signing up for summer classes

By Ezra Neumann | The Broadside (Contact: eneumann@cocc.edu) Summer break has been seen by students nationwide as an escape from the grip of education, and a time to cool off and indulge in the lack...

Lack of awareness leads to low student turn out at campus events

By Ezra Neumann | The Broadside (Contact: eneumann@cocc.edu) Events are diverse in nature and provide an opportunity to explore something of interest are almost always going on around the Central Oregon Community College campus. Even...

Black in Bend: Understanding diversity in a white community

He has been pulled over by the police for looking suspicious. Women have clutched their purses when he walked by. He notices other parents don’t sit by him at his children’s school assemblies. He...

What’s up with that coffee hut?

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) A small structure located in the upper campus next to Jefferson used to be a well-known food and coffee kiosk that is now abandoned. The structure has...

Local professor offers insight into the brains of serial killers

By Adam Case | The Broadside (Contact: acase@cocc.edu) How is a serial killer created? A recent talk by Rebecca Walker-Sands, professor of psychology, shed some insight into the things which drives some to perform the most...