Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Remembering the 2017 Great American Eclipse

By Katya Agatucci | The Broadside (Contact: kagatucci2@cocc.edu) The total solar eclipse that made its way across fourteen states captured the attention of millions of people on August 21st, 2017. The Oregonian mentioned that the state was prepared...

Fallelujah

By The Broadside Staff (Contact: thebroadside.cocc@gmail.com) Fall in Central Oregon brings cold mornings, sunny afternoons, and shorter days. Staying home and getting crafty in the kitchen can be the perfect way to enjoy the changing...

Five artists, 27 works of art, and years of hard work

(Above: a piece by Maren Inga Burck) Unique pieces scattered the walls of Oregon State University Cascades as BFA students shared their final exhibition of work from their years at OSU - Cascades. The pieces...

Sharing Traditions and Culture: The 2017 Salmon Bake

The Salmon Bake to the people in Warm Springs, Oregon is a tradition that is thousands of years old. The wood that is used in the circular pit to cook the salmon is Alder wood,...

Walking the (slack) line: New clubs at COCC

Throughout the U.S, slackliners push the limits (and heights) as they maintain their balance across the line. In an outdoor community, such as Bend, this sport has increased in popularity, even on our own...

Pole Pedal Paddle 2017

The U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle has consistently been the largest multi-sport event in Bend for 41 years - and counting. On May 20, 2017, the community came together from Mt. Bachelor to the Les...

COCC culinary team plates up silver award at national competition

(Culinary team, from left: Kiana Rodriguez, Damon Press, Dustin Christean, Moises Becerra, George Vassaur and Andrea Ramos-Pyne)   The Cascade Culinary Institute (CCI) at Central Oregon Community College (COCC) competed in the American Culinary Federation’s Western...

Uncertain funding for Oregon Promise

For many recent high school graduates, free college was a dream come true. With the option of the Oregon Promise, many students were able to have tuition support for the 2016-17 academic year. Recently,...

Pacific Rim cultures brought to COCC through unique performances

The sounds of drums encompassed the Campus Center as Taiko Drummers shared the sound of Japanese culture from around the world. The Asian and Pacific Islander event included performances from Taiko drummers, Polynesian dancers...