Friday, August 23, 2019

A look into the humanities department at COCC

By Marcus LeGrand | The Broadside (Contact: Mlegrand2@cocc.edu) As universities throughout the country continue their effort to offer a wide range of opportunities for students to appreciate multicultural difference, Central Oregon Community College is no...

Opinion: most useful study apps for students

By Joshua Cook | The Broadside (Contact: jcook4@cocc.edu) When it comes down to it, trying to study and remember a ton of facts from all of your classes can be extremely troublesome. Trying to memorize seemingly...

Bend’s best bagels

Bagels are arguably one of the most versatile foods -- they can be made into a breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, or even dessert. As busy college students and journalists, we at The Broadside are...

COCC effort to diversify the campus

By Marcus LeGrand | The Broadside (Contact: Mlegrand2@cocc.edu) What is Central Oregon Community College doing to diversify its instructional staff and student population? After spending time with Dr. Shirley Metcalf discussing the matter, it’s a...

Empowerment is RAD

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) Empowered, entrusted,  entitled: these are all words that women should be more than confident using. Walking, or should I say running, out of Central Oregon Community College’s...

Rental vacancy at unprecedented low: Tools for students seeking roommates

You go to class, but you haven’t yet found a place to go home to. You can’t move back in with your parents and you’re not going out on the streets. Where do you...

Fueling your finals week

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) Finals week. Two words that, when put together, can make even the toughest person squirm in their shoes. ​As Central Oregon Community College winds down on its fall...

Opinion: Pristine parks but not paradise

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) Upon moving to Bend from Honolulu, Hawaii, I noticed almost immediately how clean and well-kept the town was. From the lack of trash covering the sidewalks, to...

Campus Cop Cadets making a difference

Student law enforcement is learning to keep the peace and earning college credit at the same time. In the Campus Public Safety Department at Central Oregon Community College, students and law enforcement professionals work side...

From tray to trash

What happens to the food you put back on the conveyor? The food service at Central Oregon Community College is helping cut down on food waste by serving trayless meals, recycling food waste and...