Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Dishing it up with COCC’s culinary instructors

Chef Gene Fritz Chef Gene Fritz Natalie Carter The Broadside There is a framed picture hanging in Director and Executive Chef Gene Fritz’s office at the Cascade Culinary Institute that he has had hung in every office he...

Whats cooking at the new culinary building?

The new sustainable culinary building features two learning kitchens Michelle Greer The Broadside At the base of Awbrey Butte, just off of Mt. Washington Drive, sits the new addition to the Central Oregon Community College campus, The...

Elevation restaurant entices students to dine fine

Kathryn Tillenburg The Broadside Tables covered with the fine linens, flickering candles, sweet hum of Jazz music and a crowd of hungry people all clamoring to be seated at one of the elegant tables describes...

Understanding Vampires: From Dracula to Edward

Alyssa Wilder The Broadside Suddenly the feared monster of yore has come out from under the bed to lying on top of it, beckoning alluringly. The ancient evil has arisen again, and it wants you... badly. In...

Mythology Professor Terry Kreuger

teaches the history behind some bloodcurdling myths Professor Terry Kreuger of COCC will teach a on Folklore & US Popular culture during spring term. Irene Cooper The Broadside Professor Terry Krueger knows vampires. From the historical Vlad the...

Dia de los Muertos

Day of the Dead William James The Broadside Music, festive dress, food and offerings to the dead—these are all characteristics of “Dia de los Muertos,” or “Day of the Dead.” The holiday marks a time to remember...

Vampire novles used to teach reading, writing skills

By Tovin Lapan Santa Cruz Sentinel APTOS, Calif.—Bella and Edward, the brooding teen/vampire duo battling with forbidden love in Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” novels, have made pale skin and denial of one’s carnal desires hip. Now, they...

Students envision garden on campus

Cedar N.Goslin The Broadside The idea of a campus community garden came to Central Oregon Community college student, Lisa Barnett, in spring 2011 as she was sitting in her own backyard. At the time, Barnett said...

Geography class forges relationship with Juniper elementry

Cedar Goslin The Broadside The first day of spring term 2011, Mick McCann’s Geography 270 (map design) students were told that they’d be making a difference in the community, forging a relationship between Juniper Elementary and...

On the Side

Kathryn Tillenburg The Broadside Welcome back to school, Central Oregon Community College and Oregon State University of the Cascades students! It may have been a few weeks, years, or decades since some of us last attended...