Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Where did the water go? How the drought is affecting Central Oregon

What will the drought mean for Central Oregon? January 2015 marked the warmest winter on record for Oregon since record taking began in 1895, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association. California isn’t faring any better with 2015...

OSU-Cascades class saddles up to help kids

Natalie Carter The Broadside The Youth Communication Outreach class, taught at Oregon State University Cascade’s campus, is dedicated to empowering the lives of disadvantaged youth and making them feel like they area valued member of...

The Brains Behind Parenting

Whoever said parenting was easy? Is it too much to ask that when spending time with children we—and they—survive the many challenges and thrive? Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, co-author of the book “The Whole-Brain Child,”...

Are you informed?

By Marcus LeGrand | The Broadside (Contact: mlegrand2@cocc.edu) There is no nice or acceptable way to frame nor define mass shootings, but in our country, they are more common than anywhere else in the world....

Student receives Kindle for winning poem

Rain drops are falling To join pond’s cold dark water. My tears will not dry Homesickness inspired the haiku that went on to win the annual poetry contest. The winner of the Barber Library Spring 2013...

Technology and health care legislation change the face of COCC’s EMT program

Students in the EMT program have a large employment field after graduation. The over 20 year old EMT program makes changes to keep students educated at the current industry standard, according to Brian Bubak. Bubak...

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...

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...

Eating disorder awareness week

  Up to 24 million people currently suffer from eating disorders and only one out of ten of those receive treatment. Eating disorders are one of the deadliest types of health issues, according to Linda...