Thursday, December 12, 2019

Some to celebrate Un-Thanksgiving

Michelle Greer The Broadside The third Thursday of November is a day for feasting for some. For others in the Native American culture, it is a day of solemn remembrance. “A lot of people I know celebrate...

Some to celebrate Un-Thanksgiving

Michelle Greer The Broadside The third Thursday of November is a day for feasting for some. For others in the Native American culture, it is a day of solemn remembrance. “A lot of people I know celebrate...

Homeschool student finds transition to college easy

Alex Hogen believes that homeschooling helped him in continuing his education.  Molly Svendsen The Broadside Hogen, a second year student at Central Oregon Community College was homeschooled from second grade through high school graduation. “Being...

Love Animals? Volunteer at the Humane Society

  Josh Ballou The Broadside Birds, and cats, and dogs, oh my! The Humane Society of Central Oregon has been serving the community for 50 years by providing care for thousands of lost, abandoned, neglected, and abused animals...

The Offices of Student Life

Connect with other students outside the classroom The Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College, COCC’s student government,can help you get involved on campus. Check out their clubs or start one of your own. Find them...

Losing your best friend: How to cope with the death of a pet

Irene Cooper The Broadside John Grogan struck a deep chord with animal lovers with his book Marley and Me, which chronicled the life and death of the well-loved “worst dog ever. Pets offer loyal companionship and...

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...

The Broadcast – Jan 15 2014

  The Broadcast - Jan 15 2014 Headlines: "COCC Master Plan Nearing Finish" "COCC Cost Remains Second Lowest In State" "Nursing Program At COCC Is Wide Open To Both Genders"

American Legend Visits COCC

Cedar Goslin The Broadside In 1969 he helped hold down Alcatraz against US forces; in 1973 he spoke on behalf of the defendants of the Wounded Knee trials; in 1979 he burned the American flag on...